List of tallest structures in Serbia

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These lists of tallest structures in Serbia rank structures in Serbia by absolute height and buildings by official height. The tallest structure in Serbia is currently the chimney of Kostolac Power Station B, which rises 295 m (968 ft).

Tallest structures[edit]

This list ranks Serbia's tallest completed structures (buildings and towers) by official height, which means spires are included but not antennas.

Rank Image Name Location Height Floors Year Notes
1 ТЕ Костолац Б.jpg Chimney of Kostolac Power Station B Kostolac 295 metres (968 ft) N/A
2 Veliki Crljeni termoelektrana Kolubara3.jpg Chimney of Nikola Tesla Power Station B Obrenovac 280 metres (920 ft) N/A
3 Veliki Crljeni termoelektrana Kolubara1.jpg Chimney of Nikola Tesla Power Station A Obrenovac 220 metres (720 ft) N/A
4 Subotica TV Mast Subotica 219 metres (719 ft) N/A
5 Avala Tower.jpg Avala Tower Belgrade 205 metres (673 ft) N/A 1965 Destroyed in NATO air strikes 1999. Fully reconstructed in 2009.
6 Ada Bridge 2012.jpg Ada Bridge Belgrade 200 metres (660 ft) N/A 2012 World's longest single-pylon cable-stayed bridge.
7 Ušće.JPG Ušće Tower Belgrade 115 metres (377 ft) 27 1961 (reconstructed 2003–05) Height of the roof - 115m, with antenna 141m.
7 Jugotours Beograd Dec 2003.jpg Western City Gate Belgrade 115 metres (377 ft) 35 1980 Height of the roof - 115m, also known as Western City Gate (with restaurant 140 meters high).
8 Beogradjanka, Belgrade, Serbia.jpg Beograđanka Belgrade 101 metres (331 ft) 30 1974 Also called Palace Belgrade. With antenna 127m.
9 Eastern gate of Belgrade.jpg Eastern City Gate A Belgrade 100 metres (330 ft) 30 1976 The left-hand residential building Eastern Gate A.
9 Eastern gate of Belgrade.jpg Eastern City Gate B Belgrade 100 metres (330 ft) 30 1976 Central residential building Eastern Gate B.
9 Eastern gate of Belgrade.jpg Eastern City Gate C Belgrade 100 metres (330 ft) 30 1976 The right-hand residential building Eastern Gate C.
10 Inex Tower Belgrade 95 metres (312 ft) 25 1978
11 Temple Saint Sava.jpg Cathedral of Saint Sava Belgrade 82 metres (269 ft) N/A 1935 The tallest Orthodox church in the world.
12 TV5 Skyscraper Nis 81 metres (266 ft) 25 1973
13 Vojvoda Stepa Towers Belgrade 77 metres (253 ft) 24
14 Subotica17.jpg Town Hall of Subotica Subotica 76 metres (249 ft) N/A 1910
15 Ipsilon building Kragujevac 75 metres (246 ft) 17
16 Three Towers Novi Sad 75 metres (246 ft) 19
17 Name of Mary Church (Novi Sad).jpg The Name of Mary Church Novi Sad 72 metres (236 ft) N/A 1894
18 Sarlós Boldogasszony Templom - Topolya.jpg Church of Saint Virgin Mary Bačka Topola 72 metres (236 ft) N/A 1906
19 Church dedicated Teresa of Avila Subotica 64 metres (210 ft) N/A 1797
20 Church of Saint Gerard Vrsac 63 metres (207 ft) N/A 1863
21 Church of Saint Roch Subotica 62 metres (203 ft) N/A 1896
22 Palata Albanija 007.JPG Palace Albania Belgrade 58 metres (190 ft) 13 1940
23 NISbuildingNS.jpg Naftagas building Novi Sad 57 metres (187 ft) 13 1998
24 Ambasador Hotel, Niš, Serbia.jpg Hotel Ambassador Nis 56 metres (184 ft) 17 1968
25 Genex Business Center Belgrade 45 metres (148 ft) 10 1989
26 Novi Beograd - Block 23.jpg Block 23 Tower 1 Belgrade 21 1974
26 Novi Beograd - Block 23.jpg Block 23 Tower 2 Belgrade 22 1974
26 Novi Beograd - Block 23.jpg Block 23 Tower 3 Belgrade 21 1974
27 Hotel Serbia Belgrade 18
28 Užice, June 2013 (1).JPG Hotel Zlatibor Uzice 16
30 VMA Belgrade.jpg Military Medical Academy Belgrade 16 1984
31 Place Slavija à Belgrade 1.jpg Hotel Slavia Belgrade 16
32 Beobanka Belgrade 15 1960

The masts of Stubline transmitters may be taller than 200 metres, but data is unavailable.

Tallest non-habitable[edit]

Rank Image Name Location Height Floors Year Notes
1 BSicon .svg Dorćol Powerplant Belgrade 140 metres (460 ft) N/A N/A [1]

Tallest in progress/cancelled/destroyed[edit]

Rank Status Name Location Height Floors Construction start / est. completion Notes
1 Cancelled Besix Tower I[2] Belgrade 333 metres (1,093 ft) 100 2010 Project rejected by city officials. If completed, it would have been among the tallest in Europe.
2 Approved Kula Belgrade[3] Belgrade 220 metres (720 ft) 70 2014 / 2017 Part of Belgrade Waterfront.
3 Destroyed Stubline transmitter Zvecka 220 metres (720 ft) N/A -1999 Destroyed during NATO bombings of Serbia in 1999.
4 Cancelled Delta Planet Autokomanda Belgrade 192 metres (630 ft) 30 2010 Project cancelled by city officials.
5 Under Construction West 65 Tower Belgrade 146 metres (479 ft) 39 / 2015 Complex of an office tower and apartments developed in Blok 65 in New Belgrade.
6 Approved Belgrade Plaza Tower Belgrade 100-150 metres (328-492 ft) 30 2017 / 2019 The construction should start in 2017.

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