THE SOCIALIST ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF BELGRADE

DOI: 10.18503/2309-7434-2021-1(17)-17-22

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BOJAN STANKOVIĆ, Ph.D. student, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, University of Nis, Serbia

ANA MOMCILOVIĆ PETRONIJEVIĆ, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, University of Nis, Serbia

Abstract: In this paper, the most valuable examples of buildings in Belgrade from the period of socialist construction are analyzed and their importance for the spirit of the city and the architecture of Serbia today is discussed. In the former Yugoslavia, the architecture of internationally recognized qualities created by prominent domestic authors in the spirit of modernist ideas is formed. In that period, in Belgrade as capital city, some of the most important public buildings that still represent the masterpieces of the Yugoslav architectural heritage are built, and they are embedded in the history of the city and its cultural identity.

Key words: architecture, modernism, buildings, socialist architectural heritage, identity.

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