The Eastern City Gate Apartments in Belgrade, finished in 1976. According to Reuters, the brutalist architecture of the former Yugoslavia was “supposed to show the power of a state between two worlds -- Western democracy and the communist East -- looking to forge its own path and create a socialist utopia.”
A security guard inside the Belgrade Fair -- the site of major trade fairs in the Serbian capital. Vojin Muncin, manager of a sightseeing company in Belgrade, told Reuters his company now has dozens of people each week booking tours “around city landmarks built from the 1950s to the 1980s.”
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