The Old Palace and New Palace are considered buildings of exceptional beauty. The Old Palace was built by King Milan Obrenović in the 1880s, in the style of Academism and with Renaissance decoration. Today, it is home to the City Assembly of Belgrade. The New Palace was constructed in the 1910s to become the residence of King Aleksandar I Karadjordjević. Its architecture is also characteristic of Academism, with Renaissance and Baroque elements. The palace is today the seat of the President of Serbia.
Andrićev venac 1, Belgrade, Serbia