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This museum was recently opened after construction for nearly 20 years. We were so impressed it was very nicely laid out explanation both and Serbian and English. Lots of history of the Serbian archeological. Very good selection of the Roman period. Also about the money...More
Very, very nice museum to visit in Serbia. Huge one. If u are in to this kind of stuff, u will not be disappointed. You will need many hours to check all the stuff. Very friendly personnel. Highly recommended.
Newly & nicely renovated, after years of being closed. I could not help and remembered all the time it was emptied because of the bombing of 1999. On the ground floor some gems of Lepenski Vir excavations, little statues of very unusual forms, B.C. Some...More
After 15 years of being closed, this phenomenal treasure trove reopened to the public after extensive renovation to the building facade, public areas and interior.
It is worth every penny and some for the 300 dinar entrance fee. Planning to stay about an hour, ended...More
As I write this, the museum is listed as the #78 attraction of Belgrade. I presume this because it only reopened last month after being closed for over a decade.
The museum is now very modern, and looks in line with what you would expect...More
A nice museum just by the Republic Square. 3 floors with some archeolgical items and information on the bottom floor and art on the second and third floor. It's nice that they explain the influence from different cultures/countries that have impacted the history of Serbia...More
Splendid colection of Serbian and Yugoslav art but for those who are into mainstream art, there are paintings Renoir, Monet, Gauguin, Picasso, Utrillo, Degas, Pissarro, Tintoretto, Rubens, Bosch, Bruegel...
This is a jewel in Belgrade, recently open renovated and shown its fantastic exhibition. On the second floor some of impressionists jewels that museums in Europe can envy - Monet, Manet, Degas, Sisley, Pissaro, Picasso, fantastic!!! Than do not forget to see on the first...More