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Totally dissappointed! I was really exsited to see the academy, but the security was really umpolite and made me leave. I was told that I am not allowed to enter, although I tried to speak serbian the best way I could. I don't think I...More
We attended an excellent exhibition which combined a classical music recital. Naturally, one must have interest in art otherwise what would be the point of going there. We loved it. A great place right in the pedestrian section in Knez Mihailo Str. . For art...More
We like to visit Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts very often. It is part of the Academy building, one of the most visited galleries in the country. Entrance is free of charge. Some activities of the Gallery are organization of excellent...More
Positioned along the central shopping street Knez Mihailova, this Serbian academy of science is absolutely one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, it depends how long you have available for sightseeing, if time is short I would skip it, Otherwise if you have...More
At address Knez Mihailova 35, is the building of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. It was built in 1924 in the academic style with elements secesije.Rad Dragutin Djordjevic and Andre Stevanovic. The building houses the Library of the Academy, one of the richest...More
Located in down town, Knez Mihajlova street, it is one of the attractions which no one visiting Belgrade should miss. Library was established by the Constitution of the Society of Serbian Letters, 1841. As stated at the official site of SANU/ SASA "The name of...More
Located in the city center and in a bussy knez mihajlova street meny times it gets neglected by russing pedestrians, since you do need to take a step or two back so you can see it in all its splendour.
In the evening pay special...More