Residence of Princess Ljubica (Konak Kneginje Ljubice, Belgrade

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Visit Residence of Princess Ljubica (Konak Kneginje Ljubice, one of the most representative city houses of the early 19th century, which holds permanent and temporary exhibits under the auspices of the Museum of Belgrade. Completed in 1831, the house was built for the family of prince Miloš Obrenović, later to be used for various purposes, such as a high school, governmental office, and home for the elderly. Its architect pioneered the contemporary Serbian style, featuring Ottoman elements combined with Western classicism. At the site, you'll see exhibits of original Ottoman-Balkan furniture, as well as neo-Baroque and classicist decorative elements. Book a guided tour for a deeper understanding of the residence's history, and be sure to check out the themed exhibits that take place in the house's vault. Using our online itinerary creator, Belgrade attractions like Residence of Princess Ljubica (Konak Kneginje Ljubice can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • A trip back in time to the days of Serbia's monarchy, heavily influenced by Ottoman rule. The house is worth a visit for a glimpse behind the scenes. 
    A trip back in time to the days of Serbia's monarchy, heavily influenced by Ottoman rule. The house is worth a visit for a glimpse behind the scenes.  more »
  • A very small palace or residence is vey beautiful and cosy...the entrance cost 200 dinars around £1.80 The people working in there are nice and polite. They have 3 floors in that place. The basement....  more
    A very small palace or residence is vey beautiful and cosy...the entrance cost 200 dinars around £1.80 The people working in there are nice and polite. They have 3 floors in that place. The basement....  more »
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  • Wanted to come here for quite a while to see the interiors. It’s really impressive. Staff is super nice too. Ticket price is 200 dinars for adults and children under 6 are free of charge
  • For all of those who wish to feel the vibe and power of Belgrade, this is a mandatory place to visit. Travel through time with super helpful stuff of the museum. Great monument, great museum!

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