We all recognise that you don’t need to engage in architecting by visiting the site. Heck, Google Maps can do that more immediately, no Visa or visas required. So Googling ‘WHAT_Belgrade Architecture’ we got this beautiful result: Nothing Against Serbia. And then this:
After WW II Belgrade was a experimental ground for modern architecture. which I particularly like is untypically in a rather rural place called Karaburma, a district of eastern Belgrade. It’s a residential tower and it was designed by architect Rista Sekerinski in 1963. The building is also called “Toblerone-Building” (as the famous swiss chocolate).