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Situated between Terazije, Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra and Moše Pijade Street, it is the youngest Belgrade square. It was built in 1953, when a fountain was placed.
In the first half of the XIX century, this area was an empty field bisected by the road to Constantinople which was at this point in the process of developing into a street. The first name of this street was Golden Cannon Lane, after a restaurant of the same name, and this was later changed to Markova Street. Not far from the site of the present Yugoslav Assembly, at the beginning of Vlajkoviæeva Street, stood the largest of the Turkish mosques, the Batal Mosque, which was pulled down in 1869.

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