Kneza Mihaila no. 4-6. - Contruction was completed in 1938 to the designs of Miladin Prljević (b. Užice 1900) and Branko Bon (b. Krk 1912). For a long time after the Second World War, this was the highest building in the city and a dominant feature of the skyline on the Belgrade ridge. It is still today a reference point for the entire stretch of street between Terazije and Slavija.

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