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Zgrada pravde.

Zgrada Sreskog nacelstva u Nisu, danas Zgrada pravde, jedna od prvih velelelepnih gradevina s pocetka 20. veka, na Sindjelicevom trgu, jednom od centralnih arhitektonskih celina u Nisu. Ne zna se ko je zgradu projektovao, ali se zna da je gradjevinske radove izveo preduzimac Milan Stefanovic iz Nisa. U novonastalim uslovima za potrebe rada Sreskog nacelstva u Nisu, ciji se srez sve vise razvijao i uvecavao, trebalo je izgraditi novu i funkcionalno bolje organizovani i opremljenu zgradu. Zidanje nove zgrade zapoceto je 1909. a zavrseno je 1910. godine.
Kasnije je zgrada sluzila kao Okruzni i Sreski sud. Godine 1937. na zgradi je dogradjeno krilo, a 1957. jos jedan sprat. Devedesetih godina 20. veka, na zahtev Zavoda za zastitu spomenika kulture iz Nisa, koja je objekat proglasila kultirnim dobrom, zgradi je veracena osnovna dekoracija.




The justice building.

The building of Sresko nacelstvo in Niš, today the Justice Department, one of the first large-scale buildings from the beginning of the 20th century, on Sindjelic Square, one of the central architectural units in Nis. It is not known who designed the building, but it is known that the construction work was carried out by the contractor Milan Stefanovic from Nis. In the new conditions for the work of the Sresko nacelstvo in Nis, whose area was growing and increasing, a new and functionally better organized and equipped building was to be built. The building of the new building started in 1909 and was completed in 1910.
Later, the building served as District and Court Court. In 1937, the wing was added to the building, and another one in 1957. In the nineties of the 20th century, at the request of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments from Nis, which declared the object a cultural asset, the building was a verified basic decoration.

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