In the days of Serbia’s monarchy, this was the official residence of the royal family. The building belongs to the same complex with the Royal court and to the south of it stands the royal family church dedicated to St. Andrew, the royal family’s patron. Today the descendants of the royal family live here and the residence is brimming with valuable art and exhibits.

The palace is surrounded by a large, beautiful park while on the interior it is full of history in all possible ways – from art pieces and furniture, to damages such as a bullet hole in the fresco of Jesus which originated from an assassination attempt that took place there. While touring the palace visitors can learn not only its history, but also various anecdotal treats shared by the tour guide. The only way the White Palace may be visited is through an official group tour which is only available on weekends.

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