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Kraljice Marije 4, Topola 34310, Serbia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

500 hundred yards from OplenacTopala is the cutest little restaurant in a lovely yard full of trees and near a small playground for kids. The food is full Serbian, generous and tasty. The pancakes sweet and lovely and with a bit of ''shlag'' delicious. The...More

Thank Madeline C
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

Truly magical place in on the top of the hill overlooking small city of Topola. Wrapped up in a forrest the chappel of the Serbian royal familly paints the history of the country.

Thank Bojan R
Reviewed 30 March 2018

My in-laws took me here and it was amazing and beautiful! The vastness of the space, the history that they shared and the mosaic left me in awe. The mosaics continue all the way downstairs where there are crypts which is something to see. Next...More

2  Thank Ashley S
Reviewed 27 March 2018

The most beautiful church I have ever seen in my life! Absolutely stunning, especially the crypt. There is a vineyard just behind the church, beautiful landscape, best to go in the summer.

2  Thank Daria M
Reviewed 18 February 2018

In the middle of Serbia, after a 70-minute drive west of Belgrade, one arrives at the town of Topola. On top of the nearby Mali Oplenac hill is the imposing white marble orthodox church of St. George with its underground Karadjordjvic Mausoleum. The cornerstone for...More

3  Thank belgradejim
Reviewed 23 October 2017

You really need to stop here and visit this church- very impressive sight. There are two levels- the ground level and basement. Be sure to go see the little museum sitting in front of the church. You can see the actual document- declaration of World...More

2  Thank Robert H
Reviewed 5 October 2017

What a stunning place! Full of history with a memeorable mauseloeum downstairs! Members of the dynasty are buried here. The mosaic and gold is a must see!

1  Thank Travelbug M
Reviewed 5 October 2017

Oplenac, situated just outside the town of Topola, is a key historic sight, being the place of origin of the founder of one of the Serbian royal dynasties and the burial place of subsequent generations of what later became the Yugoslav royal family. Oplenac occupies...More

3  Thank David S
Reviewed 12 September 2017

All I can say is that it is beautiful. Don't miss the crypt. It is covered in mosaics and beathtaking. I was told the pieces for the mosaics were imported from mostly Italy. Vineyard behind the church is very peaceful. You should walk to the...More

3  Thank MNXXXX
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Definetly worth a visit! A historic landmark, beautiful nature and friendly people.. After the PIK Oplenac winery, the best sightseeing place to visit in Topola!

3  Thank AlekHavlik
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Response from Itzhack | Reviewed this property |
Tourist season (May – October) every day from 8am to 7pm Winter season (November - April) every day from 8am to 4pm
8 March 2015|
Response from ElsieR123 | Reviewed this property |
I'm not able to answer your question about opening times. I actually did a tour. I would taxi rather than walk - it will give you more time to explore. Better still get a guide - the tour companies will be able to advise if... More