Effects of the NATO campaign in Belgrade, Serbia, in 1999.
You can see:
broken bridges, airports with holes in runway, bombed buildings in Belgrade downtown (still with bomb holes in it), repaired and still not repaired military bases, powerplants,... I have added pictures from that time in descriptions, so you can see how was it in that days.
In total 22 places in Belgrade.
STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Fifteenth Air Force): 463 B-17s and B-24s, some with fighter escort, hit marshalling yards at Subotica and Szeged, Hungary and railroad bridges at Novi Sad and Belgrade, Yugoslavia and Szob, and Budapest, Hungary; fighters maintain cover over the Budapest area.
This is the 3d model of the building of the Assembly of Serbia in the city center of Belgrade. It was built after the WWI. The building was started in 1907. First idea was of Konstantin Jovanovic in 1891, followed by design of Jovan Ilkic, who won the competition in 1901. Its interior was designed by Nikolaj Krasnov.
The building was used for parliamentary purposes in Kingdom of Yugoslav...
During the Allied bombing of Belgrade, on 17 April, 1944, the Semlin camp suffered extensive damage. The largest pavilion - No.3 - which housed most of the interns was directly hit and almost completely destroyed. Estimates regarding the number of casualties vary considerably, ranging from eighty to two hundred dead. Many more we wounded in the attack.