Historical Museum of Serbia
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In this Museum you can introduce through the exibitions with the turbulent events from our past.
Historical Museum of Serbia is the national museum of the history of Serbia
If you like Serbia, you will also like its history, so we recommend this museum that you describe Serbia through various periods in one place. Working hours - every day excpt Mondays 12 a.m.-8 p.m. You walk about 10 minutes through the city center.
As a complex museum with the task of preserving and enabling communication between the public and the national heritage, the Historical Museum of Serbia collects, preserves, registers and studies materials related to the history of Serbia, maintains and completes the museum collections, as well as…
Exhibitions can be very interesting, central and next to other sightseeing spots.
Jedinstvene aktivnosti u okolici
Smještaji u blizini
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