Space

The “Dom štampe” building (Press Centre Building), which houses the Cultural Centre of Belgrade on its ground floor and the first floor, was designed by the architect and urban planner Ratomir Bogojević (1912-1962), one of the most prominent representatives of Serbian modern architecture. The Press Centre Building, which was “designed and built in an almost classic manner, fits just right with the nearby Reunion Palace and the Foreign Trade Chamber Building, and makes the ensemble of representative city palaces complete” at the Republic Square.

Dijana Milašinović-Marić
Guide through Belgrade Modern Architecture, DAB, 2002

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  • FINE ARTS GALLERY

    Knez Mihailova Street 6
    Monday – Saturday 12:00 – 18:00
    Sunday closed

  • CULTURAL CENTRE OF BELGRADE MOVIE THEATRE

    Kolarčeva Street 6
    Box office is open from 16:00 till 21:00 and is modified according to film festivals’ timetables

  • ARTGET GALLERY

    Republic Square 5
    Monday – Saturday 12:00 – 18:00
    Sunday closed

  • BELGRADE WINDOW

    Knez Mihailova Street 6
    or Republic Square 5
    Monday – Saturday 09:00-20:00
    Sunday closed

  • PODROOM GALLERY

    Republic Square 5, -1
    or Knez Mihailova Street 6, -1
    (entrance through Belgrade Window)

    Monday – Saturday 12:00-18:00
    Sunday closed

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