(also called the Beograđanka or 'Belgrade Girl'), corner of Srpskih vladara and Masarikova Streets. Built 1969 - 74. Architect: Branko Pesić (b. Belgrade 1921). Constructed in the central sector of the old-town, with the emphasis on height, the 24 storeys of the Beograđanka provide a striking landmark visible from all points.
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