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Museum
“The National Museum in Belgrade is a complex type museum dedicated to the protection, interpretation and promotion of the layered, multicultural heritage of the Central Balkans and Europe - culture from prehistory to the present - through archeological, numismatic and artistic material.The museum’s new permanent exhibit spans a huge chronological range from the far Paleolithic to 20th century art. Organized on three levels of a representative building, the exhibition is spread over 5000m² of exhibition space.”
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Museum
“A rare survivor from the first reign of Prince Miloš Obrenović, this palace dates to the beginning of the 1830s and was supposed to be a lavish seat for the Serbian court. But the continued presence of the Ottomans meant that it was never used for that purpose. Prince Miloš was only an occasional visitor until he was forced to abdicate in 1839 and the Obrenović family was expelled. The permanent exhibition is a series of richly-furbished rooms with authentic period items assembled from various homes once owned by Belgrade’s bourgeois and royal families. You’ll track the transition from the oriental Ottoman style on the lower floor to more western European decoration that was en vogue later in the 19th century. ”
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Museo de arte
“The Museum of Applied Art (Serbian: Музеј примењене уметности / Muzej primenjene umetnosti) is an art museum in Belgrade, Serbia. The museum contains over 37,000 works of applied art, which reflect the development of applied art over a 2,400 year span. The oldest artifacts of the museum are Ancient Greek coins from the 4th century BC.”
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Museum
“This museum in a former bank building exhibits Serbian art from the mid 20th century to today.”
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Museum
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Museum
“Manak’s House is an integral part of the Ethnographic Museum, an example of old Balkan urban architecture, housing a particularly significant and valuable ethnographic memorial collection by Hristifor Crnilović. The collection contains approximately 2,600 items, mostly costumes and jewellery of immense cultural value. The costumes hail from the regions of South Serbia, Kosovo, Metohija and Macedonia. The collection is completed by examples of embroidery, textiles, towels, bags, carpets from Pirot and household items. The jewellery is particularly valuable, especially the jewellery worn on the head: diadems, head-scarves, tepeluks, pins, earrings, combs and necklaces. ”
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