Lidija Franovic from Belgrade was the first to send story about the place she likes:
The residence of prince Milos Obrenovic (Konak kneza Milosa) in Topcider Park in Belgrade is place which I love to visit. I made this photo in October 2015.
Building of residence started in 1831, after the second Hatti-Sheriff in 1830, when prince Miloš, a leader of the Second Serbian Uprising in 1815, has become a hereditary prince and Serbia got an autonomy within Turkish Empire. It was finished in 1836.
An architect of residence that was built in oriental style with elements of classicism was Hadzi Nikola Zivkovic, one of the first architects in modern Serbia. Zivković was also an architect of residence of princess Ljubica Obrenovic (Milos’s wife) in Belgrade.
Today this residence is part of Historical Museum of Serbia, where visitors can see a permanent exhibition about Obrenovic dynasty.
Big threat in the future could be an increase in traffic in this area.
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