In order to get to the museum bookstore, turn to the right upon entering the Ethnographic Museum. At the bookstore, you may browse and buy monographs, catalogues and studies published by the museum.
A souvenir shop is located in the museum hall. The range of products available include copies in silver of medieval jewellery, home textile items, pieces of folk dress made on the model of traditional clothing items, various objects inspired by ethnographic heritage and made using traditional techniques, etc.
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Manak’s House was built about 1830 in Savamalska Street, by an old road that connected Varoš-Kapija (City Gate) and the old Belgrade urban neighbourhood of Savamala. One of its owners was Manak Mihailović, a Tzintzar (Aromanian) immigrant from Macedonia. The house was named after him and it has retained the name until the present day.