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All reviews small museum beautiful church king peter white marble well worth the visit buy a ticket burial place several times byzantine style day trip royal dynasty square meters amazing place george's church mausoleum mosaics vineyards
A beautiful mosaic mosuleum/church telling the sad story of Serbia's monarchy. Being a significant heritage site is probably what saved it during the communist era. Don't miss, even if it requires a detour.
This Church of the King is one of the most beautiful mosaic churches in the world. It is spectacular and worth the trip while in Serbia. The small museum in front is dedicated to the royal family of Serbia. I have been several times and...More
First you notice when you enter the Oplenac museum, mausoleum and church area is the untouched nature, woods and it's beautiful. Then the staff helped us to buy the tickets for mausoleum and church, the king's house and gallery. All of these experiences were amazing...More
500 hundred yards from OplenacTopala is the cutest little restaurant in a lovely yard full of trees and near a small playground for kids.
The food is full Serbian, generous and tasty. The pancakes sweet and lovely and with a bit of ''shlag'' delicious.
My in-laws took me here and it was amazing and beautiful! The vastness of the space, the history that they shared and the mosaic left me in awe. The mosaics continue all the way downstairs where there are crypts which is something to see. Next...More
In the middle of Serbia, after a 70-minute drive west of Belgrade, one arrives at the town of Topola. On top of the nearby Mali Oplenac hill is the imposing white marble orthodox church of St. George with its underground Karadjordjvic Mausoleum. The cornerstone for...More
You really need to stop here and visit this church- very impressive sight. There are two levels- the ground level and basement. Be sure to go see the little museum sitting in front of the church. You can see the actual document- declaration of World...More
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I'm not able to answer your question about opening times. I actually did a tour. I would taxi rather than walk - it will give you more time to explore. Better still get a guide - the tour companies will be able to advise if... More
I'm not able to answer your question about opening times. I actually did a tour. I would taxi rather than walk - it will give you more time to explore. Better still get a guide - the tour companies will be able to advise if the site is open. Oplenac is wonderful. I do hope you get to see it.