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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)

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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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