Eastern and European style
Next to the Orthodox cathedral and the patriarchal palace, and one of the most interesting examples of civil architecture of the nineteenth century. It was built between 1829, and 1831, by Prince Milos who never lived there to consider it too dangerous for its central location. He moved his wife Ljubica and their two children there. Today, the building is surrounded by a beautiful green garden, it's an interesting museum with two floors, where you can admire furniture with oriental influences and other clearly European inspiration, showing the mixture of styles in a bourgeois house.