< SERBIA | BELGRADE: Hotel Moskva
Located on Terazije Street plateau at the heart of Belgrade, Moskva Hotel is a landmark of the Serbian capital and one of its most important architectural gems. Designed by architect Jovan Ilkić in the Russian Secession style, Moskva was inaugurated by King Petar I Karadjordjević on 16th January 1908.
Since its opening, the iconic Moskva café has been the meeting place of eccentric artists, enthralled poets and proud intellectuals. The Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andrić even had his own table
During its over a century long history, this historic hotel has hosted over 36 million people including some famous names such as: Albert Einstein, Ana Pavlova, Leonid Brezhnev, Indira Gandhi, Felipe Gonzales, Andreas Papandreou, Robert MCNamara, Ray Charles, Robert De Niro, Brad Pitt, Bernardo Bertolucci, Maksim Gorky, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Milla Jovovich and many more.
Albert Einstein Presidental Suite feature original pieces of furniture from the Serbian Obrenović dynasty royal court. This is the suite where great world statesmen and artists stayed in the past. Traditional, almost museum-worthy details combined with ultra-modern technologies fill the room of 80 m2 with a ceiling up to 4 meters high. Valuable art pieces and paintings give this suite royal splendour.
As a valuable architectural monument, Moskva Hotel has been placed under governmental protection in 1968.
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