Visit the program at the Residence of Princess Ljubica and learn more of life in Belgrade during the reign of the Obrenović dynasty. The curator of the Museum of the City of Belgrade, dressed in a costume from Princess Ljubica period, hosts and greets visitors. In addition to the basic history you will learn how Serbian rulers use to dress, how they kept their household, raised their children, what decorations they put in their hair…
Program: performance by the curator of the Museum of Belgrade, with coffee and Turkish delights. Maximum number of visitors for the program is 30 persons
The monodrama A Coffee with Princess Ljubica is performed in the authentic setting of the Residence of Princess Ljubica. Through a personal account of the life of Princess Ljubica Obrenović, visitors are offered a remarkable opportunity to meet the first ruler’s consort in the restored Serbia, to hear the facts about the most important events from the time of Prince Miloš Obrenović, to learn the details of the relationship between Prince Miloš and Princess Ljubica, their marital life, Miloš’s infidelities and other interesting details from their private life.
The author of the monodrama and the scenario is Nataša Popovska, senior curator of the Belgrade City Museum.
The monodrama is performed by:
Information for visitors
The monodrama A Coffee with Princess Ljubica is performed in the Serbian language at the Residence of Princess Ljubica; it is regularly scheduled on Friday at 5 PM, and Saturday at 11 AM. It lasts for 60 minutes and it is necessary to get to the Residence of Princess Ljubica at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start. The audience number is limited to thirty people per show. The show is not recommended for children under ten. The admission fee is 400 RSD.
Tickets can be bought at the box office of the Residence of Princess Ljubica and the Tourist Information Centre at No. 5 Knez Mihailova Street. The audience number is limited to thirty people per show.
The monodrama is also performed in English and the show lasts for 45 minutes. The admission fee is 700 RSD. Performances are organized for groups of at least ten people outside the working hours of the Residence of Princess Ljubica and they must be arranged in advance by phone: +381 11 263 82 64, +381 60 500 51 36, or e-mail: email@example.com
THE RESIDENCE OF PRINCESS LJUBICA
011 263 82 64
011 3283 504
Thursday,wednesday and friday 10-17h, tuesday 10-18h, saturday 12-20h, sunday 10-14, Monday - closed
Visit the program at the Residence of Princess Ljubica and learn more of life in Belgrade during the reign of the Obrenović dynasty.