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The White Palace, Belgrade

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3.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • In 1934 King Alexander I Karađorđević, decided to build a residence for three of his sons, which was called the White Palace. This two-storey villa, the façade of which is decorated with white marble. Rooms of the Palace are made in styles of Renaissance and baroque furniture belongs to the styles of different epochs, the walls are decorated with the works of French artists of the 17-18 centuries. Excursion is only on the first floor. Generally less than impressive Royal Palace next door. In one of the halls an exposition of documents and photos about the relationships of the Romanov Dynasty and House of Karađorđević.
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  • Wonderful to se such a beautiful place filled with impressive artwork i furniture that still has that arisocratic charm and feel. Uncertain of which is more beautiful: the building itself or the garde...  read more »
  • Nedavno sam, u jednoj poslovnoj poseti, prilično detaljno obišao ovaj, do skoro, zabranjeni deo grada. Sam parkovski kompleks izaziva strahopoštovanje i divljenje, koje se pojača do neslućene treme ka...  read more »
  • Nice and interesting place to visit if you are in Belgrade (note that you have to book). There a lot of story behind and the guide is certainly helpful here. If you are lucky you can even meet the crown Prince and Princess.
  • Nice but nothing special. I prefer the Old Palace.
  • U izuzetno je lošem stanju.
  • OK za korporativne prezentacije i VIP dešavanja.
  • Uzasno burzujsko - kapitalisticko mesto
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