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Went there on Monday as most museums are closed in Belgrade. The security guard want a passports we didn’t have any with us so we give them I’ll New Zealand driving license it was okay. Museum itself was very interesting but it was lack of...More
We were looking forward to visiting the museum so we double checked the Friday opening times and went over two and a half hours before they closed in the afternoon . However, via the intercom system, we were firstly told that it was shabbat and...More
Difficult to find and located on the upper floor of a commercial building off the City center, this remnant of past Jewish life is freely accessible to the public, while subject to security constraints - we were the only visitors to the facility the day...More
We visited the museum for 90 minutes prior to leaving Belgrade. We loved the selection of objects, paintings, photographs and exhibits. The museum is very well curated and put together. The staff are amazing and gave us some additional context on the history of Jews...More
This museum is situated in a side street near the centre.I would firstly mention that much of the narration is in Serbian with only a fe parts with an English translation..The museum tells the story of the Jews of Belgrade from their arrival in the...More