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Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum, Belgrade
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Find out about the most notable leader of Yugoslavia at Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum, where he and his wife are buried in a lush garden filled with memorabilia. Originally the site served as Tito's winter garden and resting area. As part of the present Museum of Yugoslav History complex, it has seen more than 17.5 million visitors since its opening in 1982, even though it was closed for over a decade. Take a self-guided tour of this 902 sq m (9,710 sq ft) house with lush gardens and browse gifts, letters, and photographs of the president. You'll also see a number of Yugoslav-era keepsakes and a collection of batons that were symbolically used to carry Tito's birthday greetings throughout the country. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum by using our Belgrade vacation trip planner.
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  • Wonderful. For impassioned by history is a place that can not miss on the route. Besides the mausoleum (House of flowers), there is an impressive Museum with the history of the Socialist Yugoslavia and the exhibition with gifts Tito received during their stay in power.
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  • Tito was always considered a friend of my country of Birth , Malta so it was the thing to go and pay my respects I guess. Interesting to spot the people who had attended his funeral in the wall photo ...  more »
  • Aside from my respect for the people and the history of the former Yugoslavia and the importance of the mausoleum, museums have to your around, as a tourist attraction is a level medium. There are better and more majestic although I think that you should visit it to reach this conclusion. It is located in a beautiful park (lots of green, with sculptures, fountains, all very careful and neat); It is fairly close to the Partizan Stadium (another icon of the city) and you can reach both the trolleybus 40 sites (there are others), which takes between 10 and 15 minutes from the Avenue Kneza Milosa (about 3km). The entrance to the mausoleum costs about €3.
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