The building, located in the sixth district of Budapest, is since 1940 a diplomatic representative of Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, now Serbia. Intersting is how Serbia got the building: the writer Jovan Ducic had been consul in Budapest (1932) and was in love with a Hungarian countess, and she donated him the whole building, and in the end Ducic donated the building to Serbia. In 2008 the Serbian government decided to renovate the heating system, and the accent was put on the energy saving and flexibility in the use, the choice was Baxi LUNA HT 1.650. Two independent cascade system are now able to perform the most efficient central heating granting a very wide modulation range. The two power plant are independent in order to fit perfectly to the previous heating plant. Baxi Serbian importer obtained the right to sell the products and perform the installation in the embassy, which is Serbian territory in Hungary.