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The National Parliament Building in Belgrade is befittingly grand and prestigious, and increasingly is seen as the historical center of democracy for South-Eastern Europe. Classical marble interiors and high-ceilinged halls.
We strolled past this beautifully architected building during our time in Belgrade. Luckily for us, the walk was at night and although there was no reference point to judge during the day, it was absolutely lovely at night. It was all lit up and the...More
During our Viking cruise tour by coach and on foot we came across this magnificent building. Serbia's capital Belgrade was very impressive to both of us and more people should read about it and visit there!
You can read more on my wife's blogpost from...More
Although the foundation stone was laid in 1907, due to wars and conflict the building was not completed until 1936 when Belgrade was part of Yugoslavia. During the second world war the Germans made this building their headquarters. Present day Serbia is the sixth Assembly,...More
You can't help but see this impressive building across the park from the New and Old Palaces. No entry is permitted, but it is a must to see from the outside when visiting Belgrade. Banners relating to the Kosovo War adorned the railings outside the...More