Belgrade Attractions - St. Sava's Home is located near the city center on Dorcol. The idea of construction was initiated by the Saint Sava Society as part of its mission to spread culture, education and humanitarian activities. The Saint Sava Society is today the oldest active Serbian civil society. In 1890, the Company succeeded in its design and after many difficulties built a residential area. Initially, the House housed members of the Board of Directors of the Society, the Svetosavska School and the Pet Shop for the Belgrade Trade Youth Youth.
Over the years, the buildings of the St. Sava Society served as the temporary site of the First Belgrade High School, the State Archives, and the Stefan Dečanski School for the Deaf Mute. During World War I, the building was used to house occupying authorities. Today, the House of Saint Sava represents an important immovable cultural property and a cultural monument.