Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum

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Tiberiu_Baranyi
Timisoara, Romania5,510 contributions
Resting place of Josip Broz - also known as Tito.
Oct 2019
The mausoleum of Tito - born Josip Broz - can be found in Belgrade as part of the so called "Museum of Yugoslavia".
Josip Broz - Tito - born in the 19th century (having Croatian Father and Slovenian Mother) was an officer of the Austro-Hungarian army before WWI and became the leader of the Serb Partisans during WWII. After WWII ended Yugoslavia formed under the leadership of Tito. Tito was supported by Josef Stalin but their friendship came to an end towards 1950 when Tito openly declared that Yugoslavia will follow their own path taking the communist model of the USSR but not following directions from Moscow (Tito's a approach enraged Stalin who ordered his assassination, several attempts failed ... and Tito's famous threat sent to Stalin is a piece of modern history).
Overall Tito has a built a cult of personality - ruling Yugoslavia for more than 40 years - the cult of personality was maintained after his death in 1980 by the Communist Party of Yugoslavia.
In the mausoleum there are personal object of Tito - his and his wife's funerary monument.
For those of you who are interested in history is a must visit place when you are in Belgrade.
Written June 21, 2020
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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Spain8,248 contributions
Mausoleum included in a very interesting museum
Nov 2019 • Friends
Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum is the place, where rest the President of the Yugoslavia disappeared country during almost all existence of this country (the building is known as House of Flowers). Here, you can see the mausoleum and some information about their life. In fact, it is very interesting to know the recent history of Serbia and their surrounded countries. Also, in the full complex, you can visit some expositions about Yugoslavia and some gifts, which Tiro received during his life. Very interesting all, but sometimes it seems a tribute to president/dictator
(See also Museum of Yugoslavia)
Written April 19, 2020
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GoGo2SlowGo
Denton, TX1,521 contributions
Quite a history lesson of the former Yugoslavia
Sep 2019
When I grew up, Yugoslavia was a country and Tito was the ruler. Serbia was part of Yugoslavia and Belgrade was the capital. This is the final resting place of Josip Broz Tito.
There are three museums here and lots to see. Tito kept all of the gifts he received from world leaders and citizens alike. There are pictures of his train car that he used to travel all over Europe. There are pictures of his funeral which was attended by many still recognizable world leaders.
If you are a history buff - you'll appreciate this place.
Written March 25, 2020
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Harkonnen
Cork, Ireland8 contributions
History
Mar 2019
If you are interested about Yugoslavian history,you should definitely visit the museum
Our tour gide was very proffesional and kind
Written February 3, 2020
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WilliamArthur
Mumbles, UK119 contributions
Fascinating picture of Yugoslav history
Mar 2019 • Solo
Lots of interesting exhibits, many as gifts to Tito. Beautiful grounds, somewhat dilapidated building in need of restoration and peaceful mausoleum.
Lots of knowledgable staff only too helpful to answer any question.
Interesting part of the city with lots of famous neighbours.
Written January 27, 2020
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francophile47
England103 contributions
Reminders of an Earlier Era
Oct 2019
The Museum of Yugoslave History houses the tomb of theCommunist era dictator Josip Tito Beautifully kept in the hillside above Belgrade. Interesting displays of his life. Our guide conveyed that the people respected him and the (limited) freedoms he was able to give them despite the threatening power of the Soviet Union. This was in marked differnce to the Romanians view of Ceausescu, their communist dictator.
Written January 12, 2020
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Salvatore S
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The reason to travel in Belgrade!
Dec 2019 • Friends
By far the best museum in Belgrade.Everything you need to know about Yugoslavia is there in a great presentation.BONUS:the "ALIEN" painting and the museum's tribute to the refugees of former Yugoslavia.AudioVisual presentation and a very sensitive touch to the matter.
Written January 7, 2020
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Mira_Bihac
United States120 contributions
Vibrant history
Nov 2019
Josip Broz Tito is the symbol of Yugoslavia,was a leader of communist party and President of Yugoslavia for 27 years.
The Mausoleum is the story of his power,and and his life.
House of flowers is the place were he was buried.
The Museum has collection of his gifts presented to Him on his travels trough out the country and abroad,and also for his birthday which was spectacular event when he was alive.
Here you can learn about Yugoslavia and Serbia,s vibrant history
and Tito,s powerful personality .
Nice history lesson.
Written December 31, 2019
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william Y
Seneca, SC1,219 contributions
Worth A Visit!
Oct 2019 • Friends
I knew very little of the history of Tito but after our tour I now think I understand much mor about the conflict in that part of the world. This is a good place to start your education of the region.
Written November 9, 2019
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JoanneElizabeth1970
Birmingham, UK147 contributions
Wonderfully tranquil and tastefully done
Sep 2019
Tito's Mausoleum is quite a way out of town and I walked there (took about an hour) which I would not recommend. Not because of the time it took, I knew it was quite a distance but like a walk, but the walk itself is not very pleasant. You have to walk along an extremely busy road, passing building sites and horrible underground walkways to get from one side of the main road to the other. So I would recommend taking public transport or a taxi. Having said that it's definitely worth the effort to get here, it was one of my highlights of Belgrade. It's beautifully laid out and incredibly peaceful both inside and out. There is a wonderful collection of the batons that were presented to Tito on his birthday each year some of which you can pick up to appreciate the workmanship and size and weight. Also in this complex is the Museum of 25th May which was closed for renovations and the Museum of Yugoslavia (see separate review). Overall, definitely worth seeing.
Written October 30, 2019
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