Patriarchy Court

Patriarchy Court, Sremski Karlovci: Address, Phone Number, Patriarchy Court Reviews: 4.5/5

Patriarchy Court
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IgorMarkovic
Smederevo, Serbia981 contributions
The most beautiful building in Sremski Karlovci
Jul. 2020
Among architecturally and aestetically interesting and beautiful buildings of Sremski Karlovci, the Patriarchy Court is considered to be the most beautiful. It was built in the end of 19th century and was the religious and political center of the life of Serb Orthodox community in the Austria-Hungary. The palace itself is a monument of exceptional importance both for Serbia, as well as its region Vojvodina. Today it has more or less the same administrative/religious function, but is considered to be a museum per se. If you're in Sremski Karlovci, make sure not to miss this place!
Written 19 July 2020
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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Spain8,075 contributions
Beautiful building in the center of the town
Nov. 2019 • Friends
Patriarchy Court is one of classical buildings located in the center of Sremski Karlovci, in Northern Serbia. It is nice and you will see it, if you walk around the main street in the town. Here you also can see the Orthodox Cathedral of St. Nicholas and the Grammar School.
Written 24 April 2020
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CharlieinTexas
Austin, TX3,594 contributions
One of many beautiful buildings in this town
Nov. 2019 • Solo
It was not possible to go inside the building when I was in town, so I admired the building from outside. What makes this town special, is the vast array of beautiful buildings all arranged around a small square. It was a very lovely town
Written 21 November 2019
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cookpias
Los Angeles, CA1,697 contributions
Was Patriarch's residence
Oct. 2019 • Couples
Ellen this little town was the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church this palace was the Patriarch's residence. Now it is summer residence for him.
Written 14 October 2019
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TheShis
Tel Aviv, Israel29,435 contributions
A lovely building with a winery nearby.
Aug. 2019
This is lovely-looking building (which was not open to the public during our visit).
There's a little family-run winery just next to the building with ridiculously low prices for local wine.
Written 7 September 2019
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Asiyah Noemi K
Pula, Croatia4,419 contributions
Very Beautiful Palace
Mar. 2019 • Family
They say that in Sremski Karlovac every building, house and street tells a glorious story because this city was the spiritual and cultural center of Serbia. The greatest impression left to us was the Patriarchy Court building. We were delighted with the beautiful facade of the palace, and also with the rich interior of the palace. Palace building is one of the most beautiful buildings in Serbia. It was built in the 19th century, a combination of baroque and renaissance, and truly leaves it without words. The Great Patriarchal Court still dominates the central city square. Since the Patriarchate was later transferred to Belgrade, today is the center of Bishop of Srem and a summer residence of Serbian Patriarch and also home to the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church. In the magnificent building of the Patriarchy, the remains of the iconostasis of the famous Serbian artists of Teodor Kracun and Uroš Predić remained. Definitely worth a visit.
Written 23 March 2019
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Igor Mijatovic
Belgrade, Serbia159 contributions
Nice to see
Aug. 2018 • Couples
It is positioned in city center in pedestrian zone. You can see a lot of wine in cellar and also to buy some of it. It is official wineyard of Serbian Orthodox Chearch.
Written 7 August 2018
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Y3048NPdavids
London, UK783 contributions
Former residence of the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church
Sep. 2017 • Couples
This was the former residence of the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church before it moved to Belgrade. It contains an impressive museum within the ornate rooms of the Palace, containing portraits of past Patriarchs and many examples of religious art which were rescued from Serbian orthodox churches in Croatia and Bosnia. When we went in, a guide came to show us round but he did not speak much English, however as we were with a private tour guide he interpreted for us.
Written 5 October 2017
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Aleksandar
Belgrade, Serbia8,215 contributions
Amazing
Jun. 2017 • Couples
We stumpled upon organized tour which just started so had chance to see the interior and hear about history of this great monument and beautiful building.

We even had exclusive chance to see the upper floor as well, quite a treat.

Great experience.
Written 19 August 2017
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milicaizdoboja
Belgrade, Serbia3 contributions
Interesting interior and exterior.
Aug. 2017 • Business
The building was erected at the end of the 19th century. It represents one of the most beautiful Serbian palaces of that time. The central room is covered with lavender leather. It contains portraits of Serbian episcopes significant for the Karlovac Metropolis. Each room has impressive tiled stoves and a significant collection of icons and iconostasis of the 18th century.
Written 10 August 2017
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