Terazije is a central square in Belgrade and an extension of the Knez Mihailova Street. It is surrounded by architectural masterpieces from various epoques. The dominant ones are the hotels Balkan and Moskva, a secessionist jewel, Albanija palace, the tallest building in the Balkans at the time of it’s construction (1930′s). Classical palaces Atina, Igumanova, Krsmanovića (Protokol) and Asikuracioni Generali surround the square giving it a touch of nobility.
Terazije is crisscrossed by a network of underground passageways and shopping centers and lined up with many shops, cafes and restaurants.
Attractions near Terazije square
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