Architectural Structure: Pavilion of Serbia

Pavilion of Serbia
Name: Pavilion of Serbia
Description: The interesting pavilion is in the Serbian-Byzantine style and was constructed on the designs of the engineer Professor Tanaseric of the University of Belgrade. The plan is arranged around a single nave. The faade of the building is designed around elongated arches, shaped by arabesque friezes, painted and in stucco. These arches are horizontally crossed by alternating polychrome strips. Five little cupolas, tinted greenish, of which the central one is the tallest and most slender, decorate the building – original and charming in its distinctly exotic air. In front is an elegant terrace from which one can enjoy the magnificent panorama.
Construction: 1910-1911
Style: Serbian-Byzantine style
Places: Serbia
Postcards: Palazzo della Serbia | Pavilion of Serbia
Palazzo della Serbia | Pavilion of Serbia
Palazzi di Serbia e Siam | Pavilions of Serbia and Siam
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