Clinical Hospital Dubrava stands in Zagreb.
The Eastern City Gate apartment buildings complex stands in the Konjarnik neighbourhood in Belgrade.
Chairs line up inside the Yugoslavia Saloon, inside The Palata Srbija building in Belgrade.
A security worker walks inside Hall 1 of the Belgrade Fair in Belgrade.
A formally used Yugoslav passenger aircraft sits in front of the Aeronautical Museum in Belgrade.
He said the style was unique because of its visible influence from the West, reflecting Yugoslavia’s unique position.
A carpet lies inside the Serbia saloon, in The Palata Srbija building in Belgrade.
A couple walks in front of the war memorial monument “Battle of Sutjeska” in Tjentiste.
Miodrag Zivkovic, architect of the “Battle of Sutjeska” memorial monument, poses for a picture with the original maquette in his home in Belgrade.
Miodrag Zivkovic, the 91-year-old sculptor of the 19 metre-high concrete Tjentiste memorial was among the first artists in the former Yugoslavia to use concrete.
“It is stable material, resembling stone but it is easier to work with,” he said.
“For every project back in those days there was a national contest, and artists from all over the country had the opportunity to apply, and that competition produced quality.”
Laundry hangs out to dry outside of Block 23 in an apartment neighbourhood in New Belgrade, Serbia.