The Historical Museum of Serbia

The Historical Museum of Serbia collects, preserves and exhibits collections that chronicle the history of the Serbian people. The collections of the Historical Museum of Serbia are available to the public in two locations: in the Museum Gallery on Nikola Pašić Square and the Residence of Prince Miloš in Topčider.

The building on Nikola Pašić Square was built as a palace for the privileged Agrarian Bank in the period from 1932 to 1934. Due to its impressive and opulent design, this edifice represents one of the most valuable projects in architecture in the period between the two world wars.