Residence of Princess Ljubica (Konak Kneginje Ljubice

Residence of Princess Ljubica (Konak Kneginje Ljubice

Residence of Princess Ljubica (Konak Kneginje Ljubice
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Amelie9626
Cape Town, South Africa1,615 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Family
We stopped here on a rainy morning. It was cozy and warm indoors. The entry fee is 300 for adults and 150 for kids.

It's a small building with about 10-15 rooms totally. Each room has pieces of furniture that are arranged in a certain style. There is a write up on the room placed in 2-3 languages in each room. Portraits of major people from the royal family and precious china adorn the rooms but it's difficult to see them closely due to the red cordon. Basement is bare and we didn't get the point of it.

Overall we spent 30 minutes even though we tried to stretch it out and hang around a bit longer. We would definitely give it a miss on a packed trip.
Written April 1, 2023
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK185,091 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023
This is the former residence of Princess Ljubica, the consort of Prince Miloš Obrenović of Serbia. The residence was designed by Nikola Živković, who was also entrusted with the construction of all governmental and royal buildings between 1820 and 1850. This residence has a simple, but elegant design. Its base has a rectangular form and is plain except for the section at the entrance which has three sided steps up to the doorway, and an Art Nouveau style bay window, just above the doorway.

The residence is now a house museum, along with exhibitions of the Obrenović dynasty of Serbia. Much of the exhibition space is given over to the family and its history, restored rooms and the functions of the rooms, including a private hamam. All the rooms and exhibits have labels and descriptions in English.
Written June 19, 2023
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Salim E
Dubai, United Arab Emirates224 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Couples
It's interesting to see if you are passing by; however, I would not place this at the top of my list of things to see in Belgrade. The house is nice and includes furniture representative of the 18th and 19th century.
Written August 8, 2017
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LjubisaJasna
Belgrade, Serbia607 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Family
It is nice, not to be missed! It is located close to Knez Milahovia Street.
The residence is presently a museum housing the permanent exhibition “The Interiors of the 19th Century Homes in Belgrade”. That period was beginning of transformation from Oriental to modern European way of living in Belgrade.
There is gallery space inside, too.
The Residence of Princess Ljubica (Serbian: Konak knjeginje Ljubice) was built about 1830. on order by Prince (knjaz) Milos Obrenovic for his wife Ljubica. She lived there with their sons Milan Obrenovic and Mihailo Obrenovic.
Written February 7, 2015
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jordanellie41
Longridge, UK1,057 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2014 • Solo
This is another building which costs to go inside. I simply visited it and took a picture from the outside. It is a 5 minute walk from the Fortress and Knez Milahovia Street, so they can all be done together.
Written September 20, 2014
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Dragana G
Belgrade, Serbia5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014 • Friends
Great small museum, the original serbian house from 18th century, the staying place of a brave Princess Ljubica, at the begining of forming modern Serbia. Very nice show is organized where you can try serbian coffee with "Princess" (don't miss it, costs about 2 euros) and feel and see the life in Belgrade of 18th century.
Written September 1, 2014
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Tallinda
Stone, UK133 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2013 • Friends
This is a jewel hidden in Belgrade. Illustrates the Turkish style and the move into western styles through the 19th Century and early 20th century. It has a Turkish hammam and divan rooms. The furnishings are lovely with much goldwork embroidery and original costumes on display. Highly recommended,
Written March 16, 2013
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kostas77
Athens, Greece214 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
Near the city center a great mansion with paintings and furniture of previous eras. Down at the basement a guide travels the visitor through the history of the city.
Written September 2, 2019
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Slagana Z
Sydney, Australia320 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2018 • Solo
Great opportunity to see some lovely buildings and a personal tour guide makes the trip educational - we had Lilijana and she was fantastic so sweet and funny and very genuine. So if you have a couple of hours and want to explore the city walking please book this tour.
Written October 6, 2018
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madacarus
Rome, Italy125 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Business
The shape is original and also the layout of the interior rooms is interesting. Too bad that the furnishings are not original though they give an idea of how the Ottoman families lived.
Written December 21, 2017
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