Nikola Pasic Square is located in the area between Terazije square, King Alexander Boulevard and Decanska street. This square is the youngest one in Belgrade. It was constructed in 1953 together with the fountain, which is the main landmark of the square.
The square was named after a former mayor of Belgrade and Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. The 4.2 m high bronze statue of Nikola Pasic is set by the fountain. The area of the square is used for various events, mostly as temporary selling point of books, flowers, honey, etc. Across the fountain, on the same side where the National Assembly is located, is the Historical Museum of Serbia.
Square can be easily reached by walk within 5 minuntes, from Terazije square.