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Heritage House
Heritage House
Description

The Heritage House is located in the house of the famous Belgrade merchant Veljko Savić, built in 1869 as one of the first modern single-story houses.

It arose as the product of a multi-decade initiative by artists, intellectuals, experts and donors, wishing to unite in a single place the heritage and gifts presented to Belgrade from 1955 to this day.

 

Info
Address
Knez Mihailova 46 Street
Contact
+381 11 33 44 583 +381 11 33 44 601
Opening Hours

Open: 10-20h, closed on Mondays (occasional exhibits)

Info

The Heritage House is located in the house of the famous Belgrade merchant Veljko Savić, built in 1869 as one of the first modern single-story houses.

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