Trg Nikole Pašića no.5. - Completed in 1955. Several changes took place during construction, and the final design was that of Branko Petričić. He managed to adapt the main architectonic element, the large congress hall, to the present function of the building. Until the Sava Centre was opened in 1977, the Dom Sindikata was the largest and most suitable venue for the varied requirements of sociopolitical and cultural life in the city.

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