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Miloš Obrenović's House

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Miloš Obrenović's House
Konak kneza Milosa Obrenovica u Gornjoj Crnuci 01.jpg
General information
TypeWooden house
LocationGornja Crnuća, Municipality of Gornji Milanovac,  Serbia
Construction started1813
Governing body Serbia, (Cultural Heritage of Serbia)

Milošev Konak (Serbian: Кућа Милоша Обреновића) is the residence of Serbian Prince Miloš Obrenović, which is located in Gornja Crnuća in the municipality of Gornji Milanovac, Serbia, and is one of the Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance for Serbia, added in 2000. Gornja Crnuća can be considered first, but the temporary capital of Serbia since the prince Miloš Obrenović ruled Serbia for two years from that house. This house is of extreme importance because in it decision was made on raising the Second Serbian Uprising. Permanent exhibition in the house contains copies of documents, photographs and reproductions of several original artifacts related to the insurrectionist period. One of the dormitory has preserved the authentic atmosphere, a fireplace with a part of furniture and built in cocklestove furnace.[1]

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See also


  1. ^ "Standing Settings". Archived from the original on 2009-01-06. Retrieved 2009-09-04.

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