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Dimitrije Krsmanović family house

This excitingly beautiful building errected by Krsmanović family of merchants in one of the prettiest neighborhoods in the city as of 1955 belongs to the Embassy of Austria.

Year of construction: 1899

Architecture: academism

Location: 2, Sime Markovića street, Stari Grad district

Nearby: Belgrade Fortress, Kosančićev Venac, Building of the Patriarchate, Cathedral Church of St. Michael, Ulica Kralja Petra (eng. "King Peter's street"), Kafana "?" (eng. "Question Mark Tavern"), Konak Kneginje Ljubice (eng. "Princess Ljubica Residence museum")

Krsmanovic SabornaMoreover: Dimitrije Krsmanović was well known merchant and benefactor in 19th century Belgrade. It is truly worthwile visiting this neighborhood as it is a place of big historical importance. It is located beneath Belgrade Fortress and borders with Savamala historical district where predominantly Serbian population lived throughout centuries. Krsmanović family house is errected on the entrance to Kosančićev Venac bohemian district, it is right beside the building of the Patriarchate and across the Cathedral Church of St. Michael. This building is one of the most important architectural pieces from 19th century Belgrade. Now, it houses the Austrian Embassy.

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