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Science Museum
“This museum presents the life and work of the great physicist, inventor and electrical engineer and Serbian national hero. The exhibition is in two main sections: The first is a study of Tesla the man, sourcing personal effects, photographs and correspondence to paint a clearer picture of his life and travels. The second is an often interactive exhibition of his work, with either originals, 3D renders or fully-functioning reproductions like an induction coil producing discharges at 500,000 volts. For deeper scientific rigour you can take the English-speaking tour, given by students from Belgrade University’s Engineering Department. ”
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“A museum and tomb of Tito - life long president of old Yugoslavia. A must visit for people who want to know more about Yugoslav history. ”
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“It is very interestin museum very you can enjoy optical illusions and many other tricksset to amaze you . Also at the exit you can buy a lot of board/mind games as suveniers”
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“The Automobile Museum, Bratislav Petkovic Collection, is the newest in a series of technical museums in Serbia. The Museum was founded by the Assembly of the City of Belgrade and Bratislav Petkovic, the collector and owner of a collection comprising historically valuable cars and arhive material on the domestic history of motoring. The Museum’s premises are situated in the Modern Garage, a characteristic monument of the technical culture of its age, itself declared a cultural asset. The building, designed by the Russian architect Valerij Staševski, was built in the city center in 1929 as the first public garage. It housed the automobiles of the participants in the first international car and motorcycle race ever held in Belgrade, on September 3, 1939. Besides fifty vehicles, the oldest being a 1897 Marot Gardon, the Collection safeguards various devices, technical and scientific literature, driving-licenses, the first traffic regulations and laws, number-plates, tools, filmed and photographic records, works of art and objects of applied art contributing to our knowledge of the history of motoring.”
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“The Royal Palace was built between 1924 and 1929 as the private residence of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. This spacious villa built in the Serbo-Byzantine style lacks the grandness of the official Royal Palace (now the presidential palace), but it is far cosier and more elegant. The ground floor reception rooms are very beautifully appointed: the entrance hall is paved with stone and decorated with copies of medieval frescoes from the medieval monasteries of Dečani and Sopoćani. The blue drawing room is decorated in the Baroque style while the Golden Drawing Room and Dining Room are in Renaissance style with impressive wood carved ceilings and bronze chandeliers. Paintings of masters such as Palma Vecchio and Nicolas Poussin adorn the walls of the villa. The royal residence is surrounded by pergolas, pools, a pavilion and terraces, offering a beautiful view of the surrounding forest. Working hours: The Tourist Organisation of Belgrade organises visits every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from April3 to October 31. For reservations and more information call +381 26 35 622 ”
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Science Museum
“The Natural History Museum in Belgrade is one of the oldest national institutions in Serbia. This is the only museum of its kind in Serbia, and the richness and diversity of specimens, as well as the achieved results in museology and science, make it one of the leading natural history museums in southeastern Europe. It was officially founded in 1895.”
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“Home of Ivo Andrić, the only Serbian Nobel laureate, has been turned into a museum. A nice little place to visit if you are interested in literature. ”
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“The residence of Prince Milos(leader of the first Serbian uprising against Turks in 1812 th), built in 1831, is located in the beautiful surroundings of Topcider Park. At first, the prince and his family lived in the city center, not far from Kalemegdan. However, due to the proximity of the Turks who still held the fort under siege, Milos Obrenovic has decided to move a little further from the city center. His wife and children remained in the city, in a house that is now known as the Princess Ljubica and serves as a museum.Prince's residence was built in the Ottoman style, and it was only the third house which Serbs raised in Belgrade. Working hours:11-16 Ten minutes far on foot ”
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“Kings Peter castle. At the end of 19 century was summer residence from one of two competing royal families. Today is museum as well often used for hosting cultural events. (3 to 5 min walking).”
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“very nice ambient, big collection of Serbian art, life in Belgrade in XIX century ”
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“The Royal Palace is the official residence of the Karađorđević royal family.”
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“There are few people who don't like cars. Come to the "Museum of cars" and if you have never loved them, you will love them in future.”
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