The building at 1, Turgenjev Street in Belgrade was built in 1935, and it is important for the organization and operation of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. It now stands as a cultural monument.
It was built as a family home for the doctor Radomir Ćirković. The building is located on the corner of Turgenjev and Kirovljev Street in the Municipality of Čukarica, it is slightly indented with a small garden in front of the front facade. It was built according to the project of the municipal architect – engineer Marko Andrejević as a two-wing corner building whose main facade with a terrace in the loggia faces the intersection, while the side facades face the regulatory line of the mentioned streets. The two storey building is built of solid material – brick – and covered with tiles and features a stone staircase. There used to be three entrances to this building: two led from Turgenjev Street to the ground premises, and the third led from Kirovljev Street to the basement. One of the first two entries was later walled up.
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