This magnificent palace at the corner of Grčkoškolska and Miletic street was built in 1895 for the needs of the newly established Central Credit Bureau. The founders of the Bureau were Dunđerski Lazar, Ljuba Stefanovic and Milos Dimitrijevic, who secured the funds to build the facility. In 1921 the building was upgraded, i.e.. the second floor was built and the dome was changed. On the dome there is a bronze sculpture of Hermes, the Greek god of trade (Roman Mercury) as a symbolic protector of the building and the activities that are performed in the building. The building was designed by the Viennese architect Franc Voruda, who designed the project and upgrade in 1921. The building was built in neobaroque style.
Central Credit Buerau
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