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Germany Jugoslawische Botschaft (Jun 2016)

Tomvandutch

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Yugoslavia was one of the 18 states that had already opened a diplomatic representation in the Federal Republic of Germany at the seat of government in Bonn by April 1, 1951.

The embassy's office was located in Bad Godesberg from the start, initially at Kölner Strasse 107 with individual departments located throughout the city. Until September 1954, it was based in the Bad Godesberg district of Mehlem in the former Hotel Villa Friede, which was built at the beginning of the 20th century and was home to an emergency hospital during World War II.

When the Yugoslav government began to prepare for a longer presence at the seat of government in Bonn, in the mid-1970s they planned a new building for the embassy chancellery in the immediate vicinity of the previous location, the former "Hotel Villa Friede".
It was built to the east and parallel to this building on Schlossallee as a two-storey reinforced concrete building with a usable area of 2,300 m² and an underground car park with around 40 parking spaces. The new building was completed in 1978, after which the previous office building was demolished. From 1969, a rented house on a hillside in the district of Schweinheim served as the Embassy's residence. Since the closure of this branch office, the former chancery building of the embassy has stood empty, and a sale of the property failed for a long time due to the unclear ownership situation.

In 2017, however, the successor states of Yugoslavia hired a broker to sell the property.
The building has now been demolished and a project developer wants to build apartments here.

As you can see in some pictures, data protection was not taken very seriously and many documents were simply left lying around.

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