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Palaces in Serbia
Amidza Konak (English: Uncle's Residence) is a 19th-century residence of Turkish-style architecture located in the old part of the city of Kragujevac in
It was built in 1819-1824 by Serbian Prince Milos Obrenovic, and it was named after Sima Milosavljevic-Pastrmc, called Amidza, a Serbian hajduk and staff member of the court of Obrenovic.
Only Amidza Konak remained from large complex of building that existed during Milos Obrenovic time.
Nearby, Milos's Konak existed, and it was destroyed in 1941, during World War II, and also, Princess Ljubica Konak, that burned down in 1884.
The White Palace (Serbian: Beli dvor) is a former royal residence of the Karadjordjevic dynasty. The palace is located in the Royal Compound, in the Dedinje neighborhood of Belgrade.
The White Palace located in the same complex as the Royal Palace, the official residence of the Karadordevic royal family. The palace was designed by architect Aleksandar Ðordevic, in a neo-Palladian manner inspired by the 18th century English houses such as Ditchley Park.
Its interior was decorated with English Georgian and 19th century Russian antiques by the French design firm Jansen, which later decorated the White House during the administration of John F. Kennedy
Princess Ljubica's Residence (Serbian: Rezidencija princeze Ljubice) in Belgrade was built between 1829 and 1831 by Hadzi-Nikola Zivkovic, a pioneer of contemporary Serbian architecture.
The residence was built on order by prince Milos Obrenovic for his wife Ljubica and their children, the future rulers Milan and Mihailo.
They began living in the residence in 1831, living there for the following ten years.
It is preserved as the most representative city house from the first half of 19th century.
Architecturally, it contains Ottoman attributes (the so-called Serbian-Balkan style) but with elements of classicism which anticipate future Western influences on architecture in Belgrade. Where to stay in Belgrade
The Residence of Prince Milos (Serbian: Konak kneza Milosa) is a royal residence in the Topcider municipality of Belgrade, Serbia. It was originally used as the palace of Prince Milos Obrenovic.
It was built in 1831, after Serbia was given autonomous status in the Ottoman Empire.
The grounds include a plane tree over 160 years old, one of the oldest in Europe.
The Royal compound (Serbian: Kraljevski kompleks) is a real estate compound built for the Karadjordjevic royal family between 1924 and 1929.
The compound is located in the Dedinje neighborhood, a prestigious area of Belgrade, Serbia.
It consists of two primary residences: The Royal Palace and the White Palace.
Stari Dvor meaning Old Palace, was the royal residence of the Obrenovic dynasty. Today it houses the City Assembly of Belgrade.
The palace is located on the corner of Kralja Milana and Dragoslava Jovanovica streets in Belgrade, Serbia.
Bukovac palace (Bukovceva palata in Serbian) is a building located at the beginning of King Alexander I street, in Zrenjanin.
Raichle palace was constructed in 1904. by architect Ferenc Reich who used it as his home. The palace is a remarkable example of Art Nouveau architecture.
Especially noticeable is the variety of materials used for the luxurious interior. The most beautiful decorative elements on the facade are made of famous Zsolnay ceramics, while the base is made of pink marble.
Book hotels - Subotica. The stained glass was used in the preparation of Venetian glass.
Visit this far northern Serbian town and enjoy its architecture, for example, the Church of the Ascension of the Lord (Crkva Vaznesenja Gospodnjeg), Church of St. Demetrius (Crkva Svetog Dimitrija), Kathedral of St. Theresa of Avila (Katedrala Svete Tereze Avilske), or the City Hall.
The inhabitants of Subotica would recommend you to visit the City Museum (Gradski muzej), Vojnic Palace (Vojnica palata), Gallery of Fine Art Likovni svet, Rajhl Palace (Rajhlova palata) etc.
The City Hall (Gradska kuca) is a true symbol of Subotica. This art neuveau building, decorated with famous Zsolnay ceramics, was built from 1908 till 1910, according to the plans of Marcell Komor and Dezso Jakab, Hungarian architects. It took another 2 years to finish the magnificent interior of the building.
On two sides, the City Hall is surrounded by large Green (1985) and Blue (2001) fountains, both decorated with Zsolnay ceramics.
Finance palace, is a two-floored neo-renaissance palace on the main square in Zrenjanin and one of the most beautiful buildings in the city.
The National Museum of Zrenjanin moved into it in 1966 and it is located next to the theatre building.
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