The former building of the Austro-Hungarian embassy is located outside downtown Cetinje, in the park called Divizija.
The building was constructed in 1898. A year later the nearby clock tower, built in the neo-Roman style, was baptized. Croatian engineer Josip Slade, with help of Italian architect Corradini oversaw the project.
The embassy was stationed there up until the start of World War I. On August 5th, 2914 the Austro-Hungarian mission was forced to leave Cetinje. Then it served as headquarters of the Zeta division.
In 1993 the building was named part of Montenegro's cultural heritage. It currently houses the Montenegro State University's faculty of fine arts.