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There is no need to say much about the national assembly. It is located in the center opposite from the old palace and very easy to find. It is very well preserved clean and beautiful. Especially at night is worth looking it. Just looking. It...More
It was a large building but only possible to look at it from the outside. But there were no police or soldiers by the entrance, no large boulders to keep out suicide bombers, and as someone from terrorist hit London this is more than enough...More
The building is quite impressive. It used to be the gathering place for the communist party representatives. On the right side of the National Assembly there is the ugly building of Serbian Post built to hide a church from the eyes of these communist guys.
This is a very impressive structure, and the history of the building and the events that transpired here are worth learning about. While it was a focal point in the history of the Serbian people, it also continues to make history. The signage of the...More
It was here that a crowd of over 300,000 led to the resignation of last communist leader. It lead to free Serbia. Stand in front and imagine the bravery of those who stood against the government and tear gas
This historic building is the national assembly of Serbia. Close to city centre and on Nokila Pasic Square it has some amazing design on the walls. It has two horse sculptures outside the building which makes it very photogenic. The green dome looks lovely as...More
House of Parliament,built after Great War at time of Kingdom of Yugoslavia.Definitely that's one of the nicest examples of the Belgrade/Serbian architecture of that time.Building is often open for visitors,so it's must see place in Belgrade.
One of the important landmark in the city. It is ruined several times during their existence thus at the moment it is facelifted. For it citizens it is historical symbol and symbol of battle but for tourists it is only the National Assembly. Daily sessions...More