List of buildings in Belgrade
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- Aleksandar Palas Hotel
- Avala TV Tower – highest of its kind in the world; reconstructed following its destruction in the NATO bombing of 1999, and opened in 2010.
- Bajrakli Mosque – one of the oldest mosques in the Balkans, early 16th century
- Beli Dvor – royal mansion with its neo-renaissance and neoclassic castles
- Belgrade Arena – the biggest sports hall in Southeastern/Central Europe
- Belgrade Fair - Hall 1 – the world's largest dome between 1957 and 1965
- Belgrade Planetarium
- Belgrade Law School
- Belgrade University Library
- Beograđanka – once the tallest business tower in the Balkans
- BIGZ building
- Captain Miša’s Mansion – home to the University of Belgrade
- Count Miloš's Residence – early 19th century Balkan-style palace
- Countess Ljubica's Residence – early 19th century Balkan-style palace
- Despot Stefan Tower build in 1402.
- Genex Tower – the third tallest residential building in the Balkans
- Kuća Cveća – Josip Broz Tito mauseoleum
- Metropol Hotel Belgrade
- National Museum
- National Assembly of Serbia
- National Theatre
- Palace Albania – built in 1930, the first Balkan skyscraper
- Saborna Crkva – neobaroque in Belgrade, mid 19th century
- Sava Center – the biggest congress hall in the region.
- Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts – One of the most beautiful buildings in Belgrade, built in 1922
- St. Mark's Church – Emperor Dusan's tomb.
- Cathedral of Saint Sava – The world's largest Eastern Orthodox Christian (Serb Orthodox) cathedral.
- The Old Palace – neoclassicism in Belgrade, early 20th century
- Ušće Tower – Formerly housed the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. Following NATO bombing, from which only the skeleton of the building survived, it has been redeveloped into an office block.