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Museum of Yugoslavia, Belgrade

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Featuring historical data and rich collections of artifacts, Museum of Yugoslavia 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. Add Museum of Yugoslavia to your Belgrade travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Belgrade online holiday planner.
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  • This is not a museum of Yugoslavia, it is a museum about Tito, and not a very good one at that. Everything is in praise of this nasty dictator. The only mention of his unpleasant side was a note... 
    This is not a museum of Yugoslavia, it is a museum about Tito, and not a very good one at that. Everything is in praise of this nasty dictator. The only mention of his unpleasant side was a note...  more »
  • This is a great museum if you want more information about Yugoslavia. There are two sides of the museum. The left side is mostly gifts given by other nation to Josep Broz Tito. This was not very... 
    This is a great museum if you want more information about Yugoslavia. There are two sides of the museum. The left side is mostly gifts given by other nation to Josep Broz Tito. This was not very...  more »
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  • For 400 dinars you get access to a small museum on mostly Tito related memorabilia, and the tomb of Tito himself, also known as the House of Flowers. Now, if the museum would be named as Museum of Tito, then all would be fine, and it would get an easy 5, given how well maintained it is. Everything is in order, museum collections is superb, English translations are mostly OK etc. However, Tito is not Yugoslavia, and I was super sad to realize that there was barely anything on the country itself here. The National History Museum too turned out to be an art gallery of sorts. I am honestly confused whether there are any museums out there that tell the more political history of the country or not, at all.
  • Very interesting museum, of you love the Yugoslavia's period it is the place for you. Worth taking a look at the shop. Nice stuff

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