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Milica Krstić

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1887, Kragujevac

Milica Krstić (maiden name Milica Čolak Antić) is one of important representatives of the architectural profession in Serbia between the two wars. As an author whose work has marked the architectural and urban image of Belgrade, and as a tireless advocate of her profession, Milica Krstić is..

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The Second Girls High School (today Electro-technical High School Nikola Tesla) in Belgrade was constructed in 1933, in place of the Girls College and the building of the State Council, in Queen Natalia Street. Milica Krstić has attended this high school herself. The construction took only 8..

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The construction of the new building for The First Boys High School, which previously changes several locations, was started in 1936, after the Municipality of Belgrade donated a plot for the school next to the church of St. Alexander Nevski. In April 1938 the school moved to the edifice..

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