TELEVISION TOWER (АВАЛСКИ ТОРАЊ)
Petit Futé's opinion on TELEVISION TOWER (АВАЛСКИ ТОРАЊ)
The grand tower at three feet serving a TV antenna (like the Eiffel Tower) called Avala has returned the symbol of Belgrade since its renovation. Destroyed during the NATO bombing in 1999, it again decorated the Serbian capital since April 2010. The original tower was built in 1964 and was the masterpiece of architecture even earning the prize of the most beautiful television tower in Europe. The new tower is enhanced by 205 m and boasts to be the highest in the Balkans. Its cross-section is an equilateral triangle that symbolizes the Serbian tripod, the low chair that is part of the national architectural tradition. Two elevators propel visitors to the summit in less than one minute. The tower is intended to withstand earthquakes over nine degrees of the Mercalli scale. The viewpoint from which you can see all the Choumadie and the city of Belgrade is at a height of 122 meters.
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Opening time and information on TELEVISION TOWER (АВАЛСКИ ТОРАЊ)
Open every day except on December 31st and on January 7th. Schedule: from 9am to 8pm of the 15/5 to the 15/8, until 7pm of the 1/4 to the 15/5 and the 15/8 to the 15/9, until 6pm of the 15/9 to the 31/10, until 5pm in March and until 4pm of from November to end of February. Price: 200 diñars reprocessed adults, 100 diñars children, students and. The tower will not be open to the visitors if the mean velocity of the vent is higher of 13 m/s.