Kraljevo, Street of King Milan, before 1910.

The postcard records the view of King Milan Street (today’s Omladinska Street). It is especially valuable, because it preserves the appearance of the right side of the street, seen from the Square towards the Church, where the photo was taken. This part of the street was destroyed during the Second World War and remained unknown to the citizens of Kraljevo. The postcard, with the inscription “King Milan Street” in Serbian and French is also the work of the Kraljevo photographer Avram Ćirić Erdoglija, whose medallion with the figure and the sign of the work is in the lower left corner.

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