RESIDENCE OF PRINCESS LJUBICA (КНЕГИЊЕ КОНАК КОНАК)
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A stone's throw from the Knez Mihailova, this beautiful, belid-style residence dating back to 1831 is undoubtedly one of the city's most interesting historic sites. It was built to accommodate Princess Ljubica and his two children, Milan and Mihailo, wife and children of Prince Miloš Obrenović. It is one of the specific houses of the early nineteenth century. Its mix of styles is characteristic of the beginnings of the Serbian state. Indeed, the rounded roof and windows surrounded by alcoves are typically Ottoman, but classical style decoration is borrowed from the European canons of the time. In the twentieth century, this residence served as a high school and courthouse before being transformed into a museum and gallery. We visit rooms with bourgeois furniture in the style of Central Europe and large reception rooms on the ground floor. On the upstairs, don't miss the rooms of the princess and the children, which are equipped with urea and tapestries in the east. If you wish to take a coffee with Princess Ljubica, it is possible to attend this stage by booking at the entrance of the residence or the tourist office in Belgrade.
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Open Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 5pm, Thursday from 10am to 6pm, Saturday from 12pm to 8pm, Sunday from 10am to 2pm. Closed on Monday. Ticket: RSD 400. To have a coffee with the princess Ljubica (English stage performance): RSD 700.
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