Belgrade, Gavrila Principa 5,
It is bellow Zeleni Venac, at the intersection of Gavrila Principa and Kraljevica Marka streets. It was built in the thirties of 19th century as living quarters and restaurant of a merchant, Manak Mihailovic, born in Macedonia. Its location, age and picturesque look make this house the witness of a time when Belgrade outgrows its past frame and starts to develop into a modern European town. After adaptation in 1966, the house hosts regular meetings of Collector’s Club and Belgrade Devotee’s Club, while on exibit are ethnographic objects from the collection of professor and painter Hristifor Crnilovic. The building belongs to the Ethnographic Museum.