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Residence of Prince Milos
Residence of Prince Milos
Description

Having built a residence for his wife and children in the city of Belgrade, Prince Miloš Obrenović erected a residence for himself in Topčider during the period between 1831 and 1834.

The rich interior decoration on the ceilings, walls and niches is partially preserved to this day. During his first reign Prince Miloš only resided there occasionally, while he spent the last two years of his second reign at the Residence, dying there in 1860.

 

One of the oldest and most beautiful sycamore trees in Europe grows in front of this building, over 160 years old and preserved as a natural rarity.

 

Address: Rakovički put 2

Open: 10-17h (April-October), 11-16h (October-April), closed on Mondays

Telephone: +381 11 26 60 422

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Address
Rakovacki put 2
Contact
+381 11 26 60 422
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