Two royal complexes - one in the city (the Old Palace and the New Palace) and another in the neighborhood Dedinje (the Royal Palace, the White Palace and the Royal Church), were once the residences of the Obrenović and Karađorđević dynasty. Both city complexes were located in what was once the royal garden, which became a public park during the Second World War, and from then on it was called Pionirski Park (Pioneer Park).
The Old Palace, which was the Palace of the Serbian Obrenović Dynasty, was built according to Alexander Bugarski’s designs at the end of the 19th century, in the academicism style ... Read more
The New Palace, designed by architect Stojan Titelbah, for the residential needs of the Karađorđević Dynasty, represents a valuable architectural realization of Belgrade constructions after the First World War. When ... Read more
The royal complex is located on Dedinje hill, the most exclusive part of Belgrade, with numerous embassies and luxurious villas. It was built by King Alexander Karađorđević I for his ... Read more
The Old Palace building is completely different in comparison to the Royal Palace in terms of style and function. It was built between 1934 and 1936 and designed by architect ... Read more