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Grand museum tour
Feel Serbia – Feel Belgrade
Grand museum tour. Within their walls, museums of Serbia keep invaluable historical and cultural treasures. The first museums in Serbia were founded in the second half of the 19th century and are among the first cultural institutions formed within the national program of the modern Serbian state. The first Serbian museum under the name Muzeum srpski was founded in 1844 – today’s National Museum in Belgrade. This moment marked the beginning of systematic collection and protection of cultural heritage in Serbia. Soon after the establishment of the National Museum, the first specialized museums in Belgrade, Vojvodina, and the interior of Serbia were formed. By 1945, there were 20 museums in Serbia, and after the Second World War, their number increased significantly.
In Serbia, today there are about 100 museums and most of them are located in buildings that are themselves cultural property under the protection of the state. There are dozens of museums in Belgrade, of which our tour includes the tour of the three most visited ones – the National Museum, the Museum of Yugoslavia and the Nikola Tesla Museum.
Feel Serbia – Feel Belgrade
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Meeting at the agreed time at the agreed place
Gather your group at an agreed time in an agreed place, where you will be welcomed by our licensed travel guide.
Going to the Republic Square and visiting the National Museum. The National Museum was founded on May 10, 1844, under the name Muzeum Serbian and the basic idea was that the museum be a scientific research institution, to collect and preserve artistic objects that will testify about the history of this country. Soon, the museum became a representative of the state and its culture. Within the National Museum are also the Fresco Gallery, the Vuk and Dosite Museum and the Memorial Museum of Nadezhda and Ratko Petrović. The greatest value preserved in the National Museum is “Miroslav’s Gospel” – the earliest and most valuable cyrillic manuscript, created around 1190. The Museum’s collections have over 400,000 most prestigious and topical archaeological and historical-art objects. They are organized in four departments: the Department of Archeology, the Middle Ages, the Department of Modern Art, the Department of Numismatics.
Museum Nikola Tesla
After a visit of about an hour, we continue to the Nikola Tesla museum. The Museum of Nikola Tesla was founded on December 5, 1952; The public was opened on October 20, 1955. and was the first technical museum in Yugoslavia. The museum building was proclaimed a cultural monument in 1987. The museum has a permanent setting, and in one part it is dedicated to the life and work of Nikola Tesla, and the second presents the development of the science of electricity and magnetism; is a unique institution of science and culture in Serbia and in the world. The only one is the museum that preserves the original and personal legacy of Nikola Tesla. As such, expanding its activities and giving all information about Nikola Tesla, contributes to a wider and clearer insight into the great contribution to the science and society that Nikola Tesla left to humanity.
Museum of Yugoslav History
We end the tour and head to the Museum of Yugoslavia. The personality and life of Marshal Josip Broz Tito, the life-long president of the SFRY, still exists in the unique complex of the Museum of the History of Yugoslavia, which over three decades of existence was visited by more than 15 million people. Borac in both world war, revolutionary and statesman, supreme commander and lifelong president of Yugoslavia, Tito became a cult personality for life. Its significance and the reputation of the world’s dimensions can be viewed by visitors through the wealth of treasures that the Yugoslav Museum of History is among the most influential institutions of this type in Serbia. In 23 museum collections more than 200,000 exhibits of exceptional value have been distributed. The Museum of Yugoslav History is located in a place with a beautiful panoramic view of Belgrade, in the lush greenery of the park with a cascading complex of paths, stairs and spacious plates. The complex consists of the Museum of 25 May, the Old Museum and the House of Flowers.
Finishing tour at the agreed place
Gathering a group in front of the bus and returning to the place of departure.