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National museum

National museum

The National Museum is located in the center of Belgrade, on the main city square - Trg Republike. The museum was established on 10 May 1844. It moved into the present building in 1950, with the grand opening of the venue on 23 May 1952. New permanent collection of the National museum represents a huge chronological period from the Paleolithic period to 20th-century art. The collection is organized and presented on three levels and 5000sqm of exhibition space. Carefully selected artifacts will tell their stories about history and arts. Foreign collection of modern art includes Giovanni di Paolo, the circle of Paolo Veneziano, Tintoretto, Van Utrecht, Rubens, Van Gogh, Mondrian, Pissarro, Degas, Monet, Renoir, Sisley, Toulouse-Lautrec, Matisse, Derain, Picasso, Kandinsky, Archipenko and Chagall. After being closed for renovation for 15 years, the museum was re-opened to the public on 28 June 2018. The National Museum of Serbia building was declared a Monument of Culture of Great Importance in 1979.
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Museum of Contemporary Art

Museum of Contemporary Art

Museum of Contemporary Art is located in New Belgrade, on the left bank of the Sava River, across the Belgrade Fortress. The building itself is an interesting example of museum architecture worldwide. It is surrounded by a sculpture park with works by the most significant Yugoslav sculptors of the 20th century. The Museum has five levels of collects and displays of artworks produced since 1900 in Serbia and the former Yugoslavia. The collection contains more than 35,000 works of art. It also organizes international exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.
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Museum of Yugoslavia

Museum of Yugoslavia

Museum of Yugoslavia is a public history museum in Belgrade located in the Dedinje district. The Museum chronicles and presents the period of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Socialist Yugoslavia, as well as, the life of Josip Broz Tito. Tito's grave is located in one of the Museum buildings known as the House of Flowers. Regular guided tours at the Museum of Yugoslavia are organized every weekend from 11 AM in English and from 12 PM in Serbian language. In the Museum of Yugoslavia, it is possible to schedule guidances in desired time, with a focus on a variety of topics.
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Nikola Tesla Museum

Nikola Tesla Museum

The museum preserves the complete heritage of the greatest Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla and is located in the heart of Belgrade, in a beautiful residential villa built in 1929, designed by the notable Serbian architect Dragiša Brašovan. In accordance with Tesla’s last will and testament, his heritage was moved to Belgrade in 1951. The permanent exhibit consists of the original documents, books, magazines, plans and drawings of the greatest Serbian inventor. This is an extremely valuable collection containing over 160,000 original documents, 2,000 books, and magazines, 1,200 historical and technical items, 1,500 photographs and glass photo plates, original technical items, instruments and devices, 1,000 plans and drawings. Also, the urn containing Nikola Tesla’s ashes is kept in the Museum.
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Museum of Illusions

Museum of Illusions

With over 70 exhibits Museum of illusions will certainly not only thrill and confuse its visitors but will provide an opportunity to learn all sorts of things. Keep in mind that whatever is seen there is not what it appears to be. Imagine defying gravity in a slanted room or shrinking or growing before your very eyes, or a real bottomless pit, or serving somebody´s head on a tray and then taking a photo of it all in a boundless room. Useful Information Address: Nušićeva 11, Belgrade Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 09:00 - 22:00. Website: https://www.muzejiluzija.rs/ Phone: + 381 63 611 911 Email: info@muzejiluzija.rs
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