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Novi Beograd

Immediately after World War II, in 1948, on the left bank of the river Sava, on sandy and marshy soil, at the largest construction site in the then country, New Belgrade was born. Conceived as a city of "light, sun and the future", a whole new part of the city, with wide boulevards and sidewalks, the longest and the most beautiful promenades, the highest business and residential buildings, the unobtrusive blocks of buildings...

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Stari Grad

The Municipality of Stari grad, thanks to its history, architecture and position, is the most desirable location for many real estate  buyers. Although it is largely urbanized, Belgrade preserved its spirit precisely on the territory of this municipality, and the lovers of the beautiful facades of pre-war buildings and the so-called. "Salon apartments", can find the appropriate property,  at locations such as Kosančićev venac, Dorćol or Kopitareva gradina.

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Vračar

The municipality of Vračar is the smallest, but at the same time, the most densely populated municipality of the Serbian capital, and the apartment in Vračar – was and still is the desire of a large number of customers. The reasons for buying real estate in this old and elite part of the city are numerous, starting from the desire for life in pre-war, well-maintained buildings in the very heart of Vracar, through functional apartments in quality built buildings after the war, to completely new, modernly built objects that meet expectations the most demanding customers.

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Zemun

Zemun is a particularly beautiful and significant part of the city, located on the right bank of the river, and as it is elevated in relation to it and protected from floods, it has always been a pleasant neighborhood for living, which contributed to its tumultuous history, full of ups and downs. After the construction of the bridge across the Sava River, in 1934, Zemun was administratively merged to Belgrade, and in 1945, it became one of its municipalities.

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Zvezdara

Zvezdara is one of the city's central municipalities, and it was named after the Astronomical Observatory, built in 1887, which was soon called the "Zvezdarnica", so that later on, it was finally named Zvezdara.

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Mirijevo

Mirijevo is today an integral part of the municipality of Zvezdara, and until 1976, it was a village, about 7km far from the center of Belgrade. The great need for the expansion of a city that is growing unbearably led to a sudden change in the appearance of a peaceful rural village that had become the largest construction site in Europe.

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Voždovac

The municipality of Voždovac was named after Vožd (duke) Karadjordje and it is one of seventeen Belgrade municipalities. It connects the old part of the city with the mountain Avala and its villages. By the mid-20th century, the urban part of Voždovac consisted of Pašino brdo and Dušanovac, and since then new settlements have been built: Šumice, Konjarnik, Braće Jerković, Medaković, Banjica, Kumodraž and the newest Stepa Stepanović settlement.

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