Banja Luka

Banski Dvor Cultural Centre

  Trg srpskih vladara 2      +387 (0)51 305 336     03 Jun 2019
When Ban Milosavljević came to Banja Luka to build a city out of nothing, the Banski Dvor was one of his first creations. This majestic Renaissance building was opened in 1932 and became the headquarters of the region’s big dogs, although the Germans did quite the number on it during World War II. The ‘palace’ became a cultural centre in 1955 before being presented to the public in 1998, from whence it has become a popular place for concerts, conferences, exhibitions and more. The facade of the building was being renovated at time of writing, but rest assured that what lies underneath is worth making an effort to check out.

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Amenities

Air-conditioning
Non-smoking
Smoking place
Facilities for disabled
Outside seating
Live Music
City centre location
Conference facilities

Tel / Fax

+387 (0)51 305 336 / (+387) 51 305 002

Email

banskidvor.kul.cent@blic.ney

Events at this venue

Saturday Nov 23 - Tuesday Nov 26
Intime Jazz Fest

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