Cafe-gallery Blaznavac is a kind of combination of cafe and gallery located in a building over 120 years old, at 18 Kneginje Ljubice Street in Belgrade.
The restaurant is named after Milivoje Petrović Blaznavac, the Serbian prime minister from the 19th century, who was allegedly the illegitimate son of the Serbian prince Miloš Obrenović. Considering the kinship of the first owners of the house with Milivoje Petrović Blaznavac, there was a strong aspiration to revive this house in the spirit of ancient times by opening the Blaznavac cafe-gallery.
In addition to the standard offer of the cafe, the activities we carried out in our galleries are most often sales exhibitions of paintings, drawings, graphics, photographs, handicrafts, ceramics ... All these exhibitions are the work of young non-established artists. The organization of music and "stand up" performances is part of the usual events in the Blaznavac cafe-gallery.
18 11000 Kneginje Ljubice Beograd RS, 11000, Serbia