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Historical Museum of Serbia

The Historical Museum of Serbia is located in the very center of the city, at Nikola Pašić square no. 11, in a building that represents an architectural masterpiece.

Year of construction: between 1932 and 1934

Architecture: Art Deco

Location: 11 Nikola Pašić square, Stari Grad district

Nearby: Nikola Pašić square, National Assembly of Serbia, Old Palace (now City Hall), St. Mark`s Church, Old Telephone Co. building, Tašmajdan Park, Pioneers Park, Main Post Office, New Palace (now Presidential Palace), Terazije Square

History: At first, the building was constructed to host the Agrarian Bank, but as of 1963 it hosts a precious collection of more than 35000 pieces from Serbian history and tradition. It hosts many temporary exhibitions, as well. Find out more at http://imus.org.rs/en/home/.

Working hours: 12 - 8 pm (closed on Mondays)

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