In the summer of 2015, the Taj Maal, the Hindu temple built to commemorate the birth of Lord Shiva, was demolished in a spectacular blaze.

The Taj was the world’s largest structure, the second largest in the world, and one of the most visited monuments in the city.

The destruction has brought the entire Taj into disrepair and the city has suffered. 

The Taj Mahals destruction was an act of pure greed. 

For years, it had been a hotbed of corruption, mismanagement and a lack of safety, according to local residents, who were forced to evacuate their homes.

As a result, Taj Maals residents have been left living in the ruins of the ancient building, with many unable to access the city’s main shopping and tourist attractions.

In the past two years, the city of Belgrade has been experiencing an influx of foreign tourists, and the Taj has been an important tourist attraction.

Now, Belgrade is facing the prospect of having to reopen the Taj, as well as its nearby Belgrade-Pavlovski International Airport, to the public.

The Taj has become a symbol of cultural and economic decay.

But what does that have to do with the Taj’s destruction?

The Taj was destroyed by a group of people with an agenda that includes the destruction of the city, the destruction and relocation of a cultural heritage, the dismantling of an international cultural icon, and finally the destruction for political gain.

The destruction of a piece of historyThe Taj Maas destruction was sparked by the arrival of a group that wanted to “modernize” the city and replace it with a modernist and modernist-style cityscape.

They chose to destroy the Taj for a number of reasons.

The first was to build an upscale residential complex on the site, which is adjacent to the historic Taj Mahahals, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, according the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). 

The complex is now called Taj Mahal Park. 

It includes a large number of residential units with large glass windows, which allows tourists to view the Taj and the surrounding area, according OCHA.

The second reason the Taj was demolished was to allow for a new Taj Mahali to be constructed.

A group called the Taj Mahas Development Group (TMDG) was formed in 2016.

The group was led by the Taj Masjid, the ancient Hindu temple, which was destroyed in the Taj fire.

The new Taj was to be built next to the original Taj. 

“The construction of the new Taj in the past 15 years has been a disgrace to the city,” OCHA’s Omran Korkut told Al Jazeera. 

As the TMDG group worked to rebuild the Taj from scratch, it was not only demolished, but the building of the first Taj was also delayed for over two years.

The TMDGs decision to delay the construction of a new building on the Taj led to the destruction.

In October 2016, the TMAG was officially dissolved by the city authorities and the entire area was declared a national park.

However, according to OCHA, the removal of the TMDGs construction of the new building and its replacement by the original building is the only thing preventing Belgrade from becoming a more appealing tourist destination.

“In my opinion, the building was not destroyed by the demolitionists.

It was demolished by the TMMG,” Omar Jadouri, the president of Belgrad, told Al-Jazeera. 

 “I think the destruction was a result of the political pressure.

It is not clear what is the real reason for the demolition.” 

What is the political motivation? 

The destruction is not the first time the Taj site has been targeted by a foreign power.

In 2014, the government of Montenegro was forced to demolish the Taj in order to make way for a shopping mall.

“There was an argument between the TMIG and the TSSG that they had to get rid of the historic heritage.

They wanted to preserve the Taj but the TSMG wanted to make sure that the Taj would be destroyed. 

There was a very serious political and economic impact on the project,” Jadouri told Al Jazeera.”

They were looking to make money by selling the Taj to a Chinese company, which could then move the Taj across the border to China.

There was also an economic benefit from building the mall, as the Taj could be a new tourist attraction for Belgrade.” 

Travellers, tourists and locals have been protesting the demolition since then.

They are demanding that the city reinstate the Taj as a symbol for the city because they have been displaced and deprived of their cultural heritage. 

Despite protests, the demolition of the old Taj has not stopped the Taj being built.

Since the construction started in 2011,