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Banovina or Banska Palace building : Stock Photo
Banovina is the home of the Executive Council, or provincial parliament of Vojvodina. The architecturally significant building was built between 1936-39 to a design by Dragisa Bresovan. It is located in Mihajla Pupina Boulevard.

Banovina or Banska Palace building

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Banovina is the home of the Executive Council, or provincial parliament of Vojvodina. The architecturally significant building was built between 1936-39 to a design by Dragisa Bresovan. It is located in Mihajla Pupina Boulevard.
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