Antivari

Antivari - the upper town

The Count's Palace (Prince's Palace) (Object 136)

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Additional information:

"The Prince's Palace" was the most important private building which has a few seperate chronological phases. It is possible that at the end of the 14th and in the first half of the 15th century it was Balsic family court or the court of Serbian rulers. During the first phase it was inside the fortress. It was later refurbished and also belonged to some building which are thought to have been "porta morta" or the dead doors, which were walled when the deceased was taken aut of the house, according to the custom of that time.
(ZAGARCANIN Mladen, "STARI GRAD BAR - THE OLD TOWN OF BAR". "A GUIDE THROUGH THE CENTURIES")


One of the plans from the book of Durde Boskovic, Stari Bar from 1962, page 90 .:

object 194

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