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On the plateau of the Kalemegdan fortress, contributing to its magnificence, there is the Military Museum. The building where the museum is now located was built in 1924 during the reign of Prince Miloš Obrenović and the Minister of Military Sava Grujic. The museum, which was then located in a modest building next to the Roman well, took part in the Balkan exhibition in London in 1907, and remained very noticeable among the famous people of that era. This building was destroyed in the First World War, and its renovation was joined by King Alexander I Karadjordjevic and opened at a ceremonial ceremony in 1937.
Unfortunately, soon afterwards, the Military Museum’s premises were destroyed in the Second World War, and then supplemented, and the museum was again opened by the President Josip Broz Tito in 1961. Many delegations was fascinated by the museum, in order to come today to an impressive collection of 30,000 items, 15,000 books and about 6,000 journals.
The working hours of the museum are everyday except Monday from 10 am to 5 pm.