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Kosancicev venac
Kosancicev venac
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Kosancicev venac is located in the heart of the city. Paved with Turkish cobblestones, it has kept the atmosphere of the 19th century, with lovely cafés, galleries and wineries.
Right here, on the 6th April 1941, the National Library was bombed and destroyed. Residence of Princess Ljubica, a private residence built by Prince Milos Obrenovic and dedicated to his spouse, is also located in Kosancicev venac.

Every Saturday you can find here a lively atmosphere within a tourist tour “A Coffee with Princess Ljubica“ when curator of the Museum of the City of Belgrade dressed as a Princess welcomes visitors. This is a unique opportunity to find out more about life in Belgrade during the reign of the Obrenovic dynasty.Church of St. Arhangel Mihailo is located nearby the Residence, also built by order of Prince Milos Obrenovic.

Two wildly known Serbian reformers Dositej Obradovic and Vuk Karadzic are buried here. Just across the street, the oldest Belgrade kafana Znak pitanja (?) attracts visitors from all over. Kafana is built in typical Balkan style and offers authentic ambience, traditional Serbian dishes and live music.

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Kosancicev venac is located in the heart of the city. Paved with Turkish cobblestones, it has kept the atmosphere of the 19th century, with lovely cafés, galleries and wineries.

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