Belgrade » Beograd | 83 R I TAM GRADA / RHYTHM OF THE CI TY struction, it represented themostmodern school building for primary education in Serbia. It was built in 1905-1906 according to the project of Jelisaveta Načić, Serbia’s first female architect. - THE HOUSE OFMERCHANTMILORAD PAVLOVIĆ (Kralja Petra Street 11-13) was constructed in 1884. It is presumed that the building’s author was architect Jovan Ilkić. According to its specific characteristics, the house of Milorad Pavlović falls under the category of the small number of representative town houses of Belgrade from the late 19th century. - THE HOUSE OF MERCHANT CRVENČANIN (Kralja Petra Street 15) was erected in 1887, also according to a project of architect Jovan Ilkić. The building is a prominent representative of the academic style of the 19th century and one of famous Belgrader Ilkić’s most significant achievements. - THEGOODSWAREHOUSE (Kralja Petra Street 16) is the firstmodernBelgrade department store and the most significant Serbian achievement of the Art Nouveau style. Built in 1907 according to the project of engineer Viktor Azriel, it was the first commercial building in Belgrade to have several interconnected and open floors, with the entire interior observable from the galleries. - THE URBAN TOWN HOUSES OF KNEZ MIHAILOVA STREET (corner of Kralja Petra Street and Knez Mihailova 46-48-50) represent a rarely preserved example of a unique block of connected buildings that was characteristic of the architecture and urbanism of Belgrade during the 1870s. Built simultaneously over the course of 1869 and 1870, they were among the first buildings to be erected in the then newly designed street, according to Emilijan Josimović’s 1867 Regulatory Plan. - THEBUILDINGOFMERCHANTSTAMENKOVIĆ (Kralja Petra Street 41) was constructed in 1907 according to the project of architects Andre Stevanović and Nikola Nestorović. It belongs to the group of residential buildings that were characteristic of Belgrade until WorldWar I and incorporated a fusion of academic conception and Art Nouveau decoration. - THE BUILDING OF THE AERO CLUB (corner of Kralja Petra Street 36 and Uzun Mirkova 4) was built between 1934 and 1935 for the purposes of the national aviation institution of the then Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Implemented according to the project of architect Vojin Simeonović, it was conceived as a monumental corner building and architecturally moulded to reflect the then contemporary European Art Deco style. - THE HOUSE OF MIHAJLO ĐURIĆ (corner of Kralja Petra Street andGospodar Jevremova 13) was constructed around 1910 according to a project of architect Jovan Novaković. It represents a significant attempt to create a Serbian national style of architecture at the beginning of the 20th century. Ulica 1904. godine dobija ime po kralju Petru Prvom Karađorđeviću u čast krunisanja This street was renamed in 1904 after King Peter I Karađorđević, in honour of his coronation