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Kalča, City of Niš
Serbia

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Kalča Location     Niš, Serbia
No. of stores and services     450 - 500
Total retail floor area     32.000 m²
No. of floors     3

Kalča is a large shopping center in the City of Niš. The Kalča dominates the area and lies within Niš's downtown core. Today's Niš is reflected in these glass surfaces connecting the old town and the new Niš which is to come.

Features

The shopping centre covers the area of over 32.000 m² on the ground and two more floors. There are nearly five hundred shops, many galleries, in-doors squares, passages, drives and stairs, all of them forming a modern ensemble. The glass facade is supported by pillars.

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Hochgeladen: 11/08/2011
Aktualisiert: 23/02/2013
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