82 | Beograd » Belgrade ted the status of cultural assets, and here we will succinctly present them to you, in order for you to be able to enjoy them more easily when strolling along this beautiful street. - PRINCESS LJUBICA’S RESIDENCE (corner of Kralja Petra Street and Kneza SimeMarkovića 8) is a cultural asset of exceptional importance that stands as one of the best preserved and most representative examples of urban architecture from the first half of the 19th century in Belgrade. It was built between 1829 and 1831, as the official residence of PrinceMiloš Obrenović, according to the architectural ideas and under the supervision of Hadži Nikola Živković, the first chief builder of the restored Serbian state. - THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH (corner of Kralja Petra Street and Kneza Sime Markovića 3) is a cultural asset of exceptional importance that was built between 1837 and 1840 on the site of an old church dating back to 1728. A church dedicated to the same patron – the Archangel Michael – has stood on this site since the 16th century. Construction works were implemented, according to the plans of Friedrich Querfeld, by master builders from Pančevo. The interior décor was only fully completed in 1845, when the temple was also consecrated. - THEPALACEOFTHENATIONALBANK (Kralja Petra 12) is a cultural asset of great importance that was erected in 1889 and extended between 1922 and 1925, according to a project of architect Konstantin A. Jovanović for the design the administrative building of the National Bank of the then Kingdom of Serbia. The National Bank building represents one of the purest examples of the academic architecture style, in the treatment of both its exterior and interior. - As part of the complex of Princess Ljubica’s Residence, a secondary building was erected around 1836 and later housed the city’s School of Art (Kralja Petra Street 4). This building belonged to the area of the former Varoš Kapjia [Town Gate], which marked the centre of political and social life in the then Principality of Serbia. It was built according to the so-called ‘bondruc constructive system’ that was typical of Belgrade construction during the first half of the 19th century. - THEBUILDINGOFTHEPATRIARCHATE (corner of Kralja Petra Street and Kneza SimeMarkovića 6) was built according to the project of Russian architect Victor Lukomsky in the period from 1933 to 1935, on the site of the former building of the Archbishopric, dating back to 1863.The look of the building was conditioned by its purpose – with amodernised version of the Serbo-Byzantine style achieving an extremely original art deco solution. - THEFAMOUS „?“ TAVERN (Kralja Petra Street 6) is Belgrade’s oldest tavern. Built in 1823 by Naum Ičko at the behest of PrinceMilošObrenović, the prince subsequently gifted it to Toma Kostić for his service in the Second Serbian Uprising.This tavern represents a typical example of a Balkan style town house from the beginning of the 19th century. - On the site of a former primary school near the TownGate, the Primary School at theCathedral Church was built at the beginning of the 20th century and is today known as the KING PETER I PRIMARY SCHOOL (Kralja Petra Street 5). At the time of its conU srednjem veku se ova ulica zvala Dubrovačka, po trgovcima Dubrovčanima koji su je nastanjivali Back in the Middle Ages this street was called Dubrovačka Street, after the Dubrovnik merchants who resided there Ugao Kralja Petra 36 i Uzun Mirkove 4 / Corner of Kralja Petra Street 36 and Uzun Mirkova 4 Ugao Kralja Petra i Gospodar Jevremove 13 / Corner of Kralja Petra Street and Gospodar Jevremova 13