Terazije is the central square of the capital of Serbia. It got name after numerous water towers that stood on this place some 200 years ago. Today stands only one fountain that was built in 1860 to celebrate the second rule of Prince Miloš Obrenović. Despite the fact that many Belgraders consider the Republic Square or Kalemegdan to be the city’s centerpiece areas, Terazije is Belgrade’s designated center. Terazije itself is also a short street, connected by the King Milan Street, the main street in Belgrade, to the Slavija square, by the Nikola Pašić Square to the King Alexander Boulevard, by the Kolarčeva street to the Square of the Republic… And by Balkanska street to Gold Apartments.