I don’t know if you can recognize the location you see in the picture from this perspective, I’d say no, but you can’t have missed the Nikola Pašić’s square with its big fountain and the monument. On the left you can see the parliament rooftop, and… yes, that’s it, now you know.
Well, this is how it looks like in the night from the jazz club Sinnerman located on the rooftop of Dom Sindikata. The building itself has an interesting history – built in 1957, it used to be the place where workers’ unions held congress meetings, then it turned into a general congress hall and later into a concert and theatre hall, and the offices are, well – offices.
The complex building with a complex history can only have complex access – you get into the building at the entrance near cafe Šoljica, take the lift to the 7th floor and follow the signs. In the evening it features some really good jazz gigs in a totally relaxed atmosphere (white wine is to die for!) and during the day you can just enjoy the view from the terrace and have some snacks.
Once you’re at the entrance don’t give up because it looks like some old bureaucratic soc-realistic building, because – that IS exactly what it is :).
Take the lift, go up and have fun!