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House of Jevrem Grujić
House of Jevrem Grujić
Description

In the very center of Belgrade, a unique house with over two centuries of tradition, tells many stories and hides secrets of one of the most prominent diplomatic families in Serbia.

Meet "Serbian Mona Lisa", masterpiece portrait of Queen Natalija Obrenović. Explore the arms collection of great Serbian heroes from 1st and 2nd uprising: Hajduk Veljko and Tanasko Rajić. Enjoy a cup of tea/coffee in a unique environment surrounded by royal gifts, unique artworks and period furniture between 16th and the 19th century. 

Walk through salons where famous city balls were organized and modern Serbian history has been created.

House of Jevrem Grujić is the only member of the European Historic Houses association in Serbia open to the public.

Info
Address
Svetogorska 17
Contact
+ 381 11 40 73 612
Opening Hours

Working hours:

Thursday and Friday from 3:00 - 8:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 – 4:00 pm

Guided tours: work days at 6:00 pm, weekends at 12:00 pm

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