Western City Gate

Location: Belgrade, Serbia

Constructed: 1977-1980

Architect: Mihajlo Mitrović

Alternative name: Genex Tower

Genre: Brutalist, Socialist architecture, former Yugoslavia

Western City Gate comprises two towers connected via a two-storey walkway: one tower for commercial purposes; the other residential. The structure is more commonly known as the Genex Tower after the now-defunct Yugoslavian trading company that once resided in the right-hand commercial tower that is now unoccupied. More information about Western City Gate.

Western City Gate (Genex Tower) in Belgrade, Serbia | Brutalist | Socialist architecture | former Yugoslavia

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