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Residence of Princess Ljubica

Built between 1829 and 1831 as a private residence for the wife of Prince Milos, the stately home of Princess Ljubica is now the Belgrade City Museum, demonstrating the unique Balkan architectural style and incorporating some Baroque elements. The interior has been preserved to showcase the lifestyle of well to do Belgrade homes in the 19th century and is an important cultural heritage icon in the city.

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Kneza Sime Markoviæa 8
Serbian is the official language.

The currency of Serbia is the Serbian Dinar (RSD), which is divided into 100 para. Dinars are not accepted in Kosovo, where the Euro is the official currency and there are no money exchange facilities. Credit cards and travellers cheques are accepted by most of the larger hotels and shops in Serbia. There are money exchange machines in Belgrade that accept Sterling, US Dollars and Euros. ATMs in the cities usually accept international bank cards.

Opening Times
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10am-5pm; Thursday 12pm-8pm; Sunday 10am-2pm.
Local time is GMT +2 (March to September); GMT +1 (October to February).
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