The Selamluk served as the male section in a Muslim house or a separate house in the courtyard where guests were received, while the Haremluk was the female section in a Muslim house where men who were not family members or residents were not allowed to enter.

The Selamluk houses a permanent museum exhibition of the Vranje urban house from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, while the Haremluk is currently preparing a permanent museum exhibition.

Both buildings of Pasha’s Konaks were placed under state protection in 1949 and were declared monuments of cultural significance in 1979.

The permanent exhibition depicts the appearance of a Vranje urban house from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, focusing on the design, furnishings, and arrangement of the house and the organization of residential space.

It is complemented by household objects, crafts, utensils, and textile furnishings from that period that were used in households.

Various types of urban and rural costumes and jewelry from the mid-19th century to the 1930s and 1940s give a special impression to the exhibition, showcasing their beauty and undeniable artistic and aesthetic value, bearing witness to the spirit of the era, time, and space in which they originated.


Address: Pionirska 1, 17500 Vranje

Phone: 017 423875

Working hours:

Tuesday – thursday: 08–20 
Saturday – sunday: 10-18

Mondays the museum is closed for visits.

Ticket price: 150 RSD 

Special ticket prices (Middle and high school kids, students, pensioners): 100 RSD

Scheduling school visits by mail:

Exhibitions and events


Permanent exhibition

The house in which the writer Borisav Stanković (1875-1927) was born was built around 1850 on a plot of land purchased by his grandmother Zlata. It was constructed as a four-part house with an open...

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