(ANSA) - BELGRADE - The Serbian ministry of Construction has issued an edification permit for the erection of the so-called "Belgrade Tower", a 168-meters high skyscraper that will be the flagship of the Belgrade Waterfront project. The skyscraper will be the "tallest building in Serbia", with 47,500 square meters on 40 floors, the ministry said in a statement. The total investment for the construction will be 12 billion Serbian dinars, approximately 101 million euros. The tower, the ministry added, will host also a five star hotel, restaurants, recreation and sports facilities. At the top of the building visitors will have the possibility to access an observation deck, offering a 360-degree view of Belgrade. (ANSA).

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