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Museum of Aviation, Belgrade

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.1/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Browse through a collection of over 200 aircraft at , which showcases military and private civilian airplanes, helicopters, and oddly shaped flying machines. Housed in a spherical glass building, these exhibits also include engines, radars, and rockets, as well as 20,000 documents and more than 200,000 aviation-related photographs. Here you'll see the only known surviving example of the World War II Italian fighter aircraft Fiat G.50, as well as wreckages of aircrafts shot down during the 1999 bombing. Look for NATO's only F-117 Nighthawk ever to be downed and see the F-16 Fighting Falcon, both hit by land-based anti-aircraft systems. Outside of the building, the gardens also host several airplanes, including the world's first short- to medium-range jet airliner. Use our Belgrade vacation route planner to add Museum of Aviation and other attractions to your Belgrade vacation plans.
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  • When in times of titovskie, Yugoslavia Josip Broz really aviation power. Produced their aircraft, ranging from sports and ending with the military, actively purchased aircraft both in the USSR and the West. But it's all in the past, which, however, can see and touch in a magnificent Museum, located in noticeable building was built in 1989. Today there are more than 200 items on display from the vintage flying shelving units to jet fighters 3-rd generation. Particularly remembered Yu-52 and French passenger turboreaktivnaâ Caravel, honestly disused lines Yugoslav Jat. Just think, 45 years ago, I glued the plastic model of this ship, and now see it firsthand. Plus dozens of simply written off from the air force military aircraft on display around the Museum. Agree, the Museum became dilapidated, technology obšarpana and other artifacts just fall apart, but the impression from touching aviation history outweighs any small negatives. Be sure to try to get here, well, at least before their departure from Belgrade.
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  • Cool Museum, Nikola Tesla airport. A great place to pass the time between flights. Entrance 500 dinar!
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  • The Belgrade aeronautical museum is located just a few minutes walk from the bus stop at the international airport. The cheapest travel option is to take either bus 72 or A1 from the city to the airpo...  read more »
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