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I love to learn about different cultures so I enjoyed visiting this place. Unfortunately it was open until 2pm, so I had to see it very fast. You can find clothes for old serbian people, some maquettes from their home and so on. It is...More
This museum could showcase in a relatively small collection the variety and richness of the folk culture in Serbia. It is wonderful to see how Turkish, Slavic and Germanic culture influenced each of the regions. It is indeed not a spectacular collection - it would...More
It's a museum that shows Balkans multi culture. Decoration, special in settlement unit is very very good . In clothes part there are many beautiful dresses like Persian and Kurdish and Turkish dresses.
In another part there is useful information about a big family in...More
Reasonable, but not stand-out ethnographic museum. Many 19-20th century folk costumes on the ground floor. Other artifacts and reconstructions further up. Sufficient English for the non-native and very quiet in the morning.
Spread over three floors this is a well presented exhibit, there are many costumes/clothing, that were worn from the mid 19th -20th century. the highlight for us was the display depicting two families and how they fitted in to society. Definitely worth a visit, especially...More