Avala Tower is a 671ft. tall telecommunications structure in Belgrade.

Originally finished in 1965, it was destroyed in a NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999. Seven years on, it was reconstructed and officially opened in 2010.

It’s the tallest tower in the Balkan region and well-recognised throughout Serbia and the former Yugoslavia. A symbol of new technologies and prosperity, the icon is of national importance.

The huge concrete pillar is lit up by acdc’s FUSION 48 luminaires that are installed on three sides (six from above, six from below).

The legs are also illuminated by FUSIONS (two on each side) while three more are installed on the antenna.

A DMX controller allows the colour scheme to be changed, bringing real interest. This was showcased beautifully at the opening ceremony where light gently spilled from one colour to another.

A symbol of new technologies and prosperity, the icon is of national importance.

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