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“Located in the very heart of Belgrade, on Kosančićev Venac, the Residence of Princess Ljubica was erected on orders by Prince Miloš Obrenović in 1831, as the private residence of his wife, the Princess Ljubica. The architecture and placement of rooms represent an example of the Ottoman-Serbian style, with a number of western baroque elements. The Residence houses the permanent exhibit “Interiors of Belgrade City Houses of the 19th Century” starting with the Oriental (Turkish), through the influence of Central (Biedermeier) and Western European (Neo-baroque, Neo-rococo, Napoleon III, Altdeutch) styles. Lectures, music performances and temporary exhibitions are organised in the arched basement of the Residence. Address: Kneza Sime Markovića 8 Working hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday: 10:00. – 17:00 Friday: 10:00 – 18:00 Sunday: 10:00 – 14:00 ”
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Museu de Arte
“The Museum of Applied Art (Serbian: Музеј примењене уметности / Muzej primenjene umetnosti) is an art museum in Belgrade, Serbia. The museum contains over 37,000 works of applied art, which reflect the development of applied art over a 2,400 year span. The oldest artifacts of the museum are Ancient Greek coins from the 4th century BC.”
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Museum
“This museum in a former bank building exhibits Serbian art from the mid 20th century to today.”
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Museum
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Galeria de arte
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Museum
“Manak’s House is an integral part of the Ethnographic Museum, an example of old Balkan urban architecture, housing a particularly significant and valuable ethnographic memorial collection by Hristifor Crnilović. The collection contains approximately 2,600 items, mostly costumes and jewellery of immense cultural value. The costumes hail from the regions of South Serbia, Kosovo, Metohija and Macedonia. The collection is completed by examples of embroidery, textiles, towels, bags, carpets from Pirot and household items. The jewellery is particularly valuable, especially the jewellery worn on the head: diadems, head-scarves, tepeluks, pins, earrings, combs and necklaces. ”
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