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List of tallest structures in former Yugoslavia

This is a list of the tallest structures in former Yugoslavia (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia).

Structure Year of construction Structural type Country Town Pinnacle height Remarks
Trbovlje Chimney 1976 Chimney Slovenia Trbovlje 364 m tallest chimney in Europe
Plomin Power Station ? Chimney Croatia Plomin 340 m
Ugljevik Power Plant 1985 Chimney Bosnia and Herzegovina Ugljevik 310 m
Mostre transmitter ? Guyed Mast Bosnia and Herzegovina Moštre 250 m
Pljevlja Power Plant ? Chimney Montenegro Pljevlja 250 m
Stubline transmitter ? Guyed Mast Serbia Stubline ? m destroyed in 1999
Mratinje Dam 1975 Dam Montenegro Mratinje 220 m
TV Tower Avala 1965 Tower Serbia Belgrade-Avala 202.87 m destroyed on April 30, 1999
Beli Manastir Radio Mast 1966 Guyed Mast Croatia Beli Manastir 202 m
Mala Rijeka viaduct 1973 Bridge Montenegro 200 m
Ovče Polje transmitter 1970 Tower Macedonia Ovče Polje 185.4 m
Zagreb TV Tower 1973 Tower Croatia Zagreb 169 m
Domžale transmitter 1978 Guyed mast Slovenia Domžale 161 m insulated against ground
Avaz Twist Tower 2008 Building Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 142 m Still under construction, In the April, 2008 construction will be finished, when it will be the tallest building in the Balkans.
Tara-Bridge 1941 Bridge Montenegro Žabljak 135 m
Psunj transmitter 1963 Tower Croatia Psunj 128.5 m
SV Zadar 1984 Guyed mast Croatia Nin 132 m 4 guyed masts, insulated against grounf
Bosmal City Center I 2001 Building Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 118 m
Bosmal City Center II 2001 Building Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 118 m
Western City Gate 1980 Building Serbia Belgrade 115 m
"Zgrada CK" 1964 Building Serbia Belgrade 115 m Height of the roof - 115m, with antenna Usce is the tallest building in Serbia at 141m
Sky Office Tower 2009 Building Croatia Zagreb 108.5 m Still under construction, once completed in late 2009 it will be the tallest building in Croatia.
Zagreb Cathedral 1217 Church Croatia Zagreb 105 m
"Beograđanka" 1974 Building Serbia Belgrade 101 m
Eurotower 2006 Building Croatia Zagreb 97.4 m
Zagrepčanka 1971 Building Croatia Zagreb 95.2 m
Cibona Tower 1971 Building Croatia Zagreb 92.4 m
UNITIC I 1986 Building Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 90m Badly damaged during Bosnian war in 1992. Beginning in 1999, the tower was reconstructed.
UNITIC II 1986 Building Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 90m Badly damaged during Bosnian war in 1992. Beginning in 1999, the tower was reconstructed.
Zagrebtower 2006 Building Croatia Zagreb 82 m

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