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Museum of Vojvodina, Novi Sad

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The Museum of Vojvodina (Serbian Cyrillic: Музеј Војводине) is an art and natural history museum in Novi Sad, Serbia. The museum houses a collection of over 400,000 specimens and a library of over 50,000 volumes.
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  • We were walking past and the rain was getting heavier so we visited. They accepted my Australian student card to get entry for 150 Dinars. The main exhibition was very interesting but quite a lot of.....  more
    We were walking past and the rain was getting heavier so we visited. They accepted my Australian student card to get entry for 150 Dinars. The main exhibition was very interesting but quite a lot of.....  more »
  • Ticket taker hates his job and it shows. He’s rude, acts annoyed if you ask him a question and only grunts even though he speaks English. He needs to be replaced. No English signage for the most... 
    Ticket taker hates his job and it shows. He’s rude, acts annoyed if you ask him a question and only grunts even though he speaks English. He needs to be replaced. No English signage for the most...  more »
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  • It is an art and natural history museum in Novi Sad. The collections are beautiful and rich. As you know, once upon a time this region was controlled by Austria Hungarians and it was the border with the Ottoman Empire. Today there are still differences between northern and central Serbia. You can see the difference even in their traditions clothes. If you come to visit this beautiful city, add this museum to your list. Entrance is 200 Serbian dinar per person. Note: For the ones criticizing the lack of English translation; There is no translation on the walls. In each room, there are some brochures somewhere in the room. Find that and match the titles with each brochure. On the walls, titles are translated.
  • Awesome place, full of information. It is missing information in English, for the pieces exhibited without qr code was very difficult to translate, but the collection is AMAZING. I would recommend hire a tour guide.

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