The Museum of Toma Rosandić

The sculptor Toma Rosandić, one of the leaders of the cultural life in Belgrade in the period between the world wars, bequeathed the house to the city, as well as his workshop, household items and the authentic furniture carved by his hand. This edifice is considered a national treasure and is under government protection.

In its authentic interior, the visitors can see his most famous sculptures (Ecce homo, Youth, Self-portrait, Tired Warrior, Crucifixion, Resurrection, Archangel Michael), and the objects of applied arts (chalice, censer, stoup) which he made for his major architectural and sculptural project, the Petrinović Mausoleum on the island of Brač.