Personally I don't know where the Polish embassy is (but I do know where the Polish Cultural Institute is :banana: ) Anyway, since you want to see embassies here are some : the Egyptian, Italian and Austrian
It's in Belgrade, next to the French embassy.
The building was a house of some rich merchant Krsmanovic and became Austrian embassy after WW1. The original Austro-Hungarian embassy is in the other part of the city.
^^ i think it s a fashion in Europe using those ornamental elements inspiring from nature... not only for fences or walls but for windows especialy. they are inscribed in glass, as i can see for those windows on the top.
A forum community dedicated to skyscrapers, towers, highrises, construction, and city planning enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about structures, styles, reviews, scale, transportation, skylines, architecture, and more!