Kuslev’s House

The house belonged to Dr. Hristo (Risto) Kuslev, a dentist, who came to work in Montenegro after completing his studies in 1908. Kuslev was born in 1883 in the city of Kukush, in former Macedonia. In the 1920s, this renowned dentist built a house on the right bank of the Ribnica River, where he set up his dental clinic and practiced his profession. With its numerous windows, entrance doors, staircases, spacious rooms, and terraces, the house is one of the few preserved objects in Podgorica with authentic Balkan architecture from the early 20th century. It is one of the few that survived the bombing in 1944. After World War II, the house was used for various purposes, and for the longest time, it was used for the needs of the City Museum, which it still belongs to today. The interior of the house is adorned with the exhibition “Kuslev’s House – a Journey Through Time” which follows the life and work of the famous dentist who remained in Podgorica until the end of his life.

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