Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Featuring historical data and rich collections of artifacts, Museum of Yugoslav History attempts to present the culture, politics, and lifestyle of the Yugoslav peoples from the 19th century to the present. Founded in 1996, the museum followed the creation of the Tito Memorial Centre and the Museum of the Revolution of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Minorities. Occupying 5253 sq m (56543 sq ft), it features items mostly related to the former president Tito, as well as numerous ethnographic objects of the region. You can also visit exhibits of international ethnography here, which cover a wide range of topics, including the music and instruments of Indonesia, weapons from Africa, and clothes from all over the world. Buses from the city center pass here throughout the day. Use our Belgrade trip itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Museum of Yugoslav History and other attractions in Belgrade.
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Equally important and great experience for people that used to live in Yugoslavia, for those who were born after (and live or not in former republics), for tourists that only heard of country that use... read more »
По факту, это один комплекс вместе с Домом цветов и старым музеем. Посещение платное (очень хорошо решили проблему с билетами - наклейки на одежду, которые всем видно). Билет действует, собственно гов... read more »In fact, this is one complex together with the House of flowers and the old Museum. Chargeable (very well solved the problem with the tickets-stickers on the clothing that all visible). Ticket is valid, indeed, to visit all buildings belonging to the Museum.show original
Il museo in sè è piuttosto scarno, niente di particolare da vedere assolutamente. Eppure per chi ha raggiunto i Balcani e in particolare modo Belgrado per respirare l'atmosfera della Jugoslavia questo... read more »The museum itself is pretty bare-bones, nothing particularly worth seeing. Yet for those who have reached the Balkans and particularly Belgrade to breathe the atmosphere of Yugoslavia this place is definitely worthwhile visiting. Every single centimeter brings to mind at least 30 years ago, everything is presented to tourists with a sense of nostalgia and rarely I left a place having had the feeling of being so close to an era and a frame of mind despite not having seen anything impressive. Recommended for those who undertake this journey even for historical interest.show original
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