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Museum of Vuk and Dositej

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Museum of Vuk and Dositej

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CharlieinTexas wrote a review Nov 2019
Austin, Texas3,454 contributions241 helpful votes
Does not open until noon. So, just saw the building and courtyard. Lots to see nearby. Easy to find ...
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Date of experience: November 2019
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LolaGo1 wrote a review May 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia5,663 contributions926 helpful votes
We briefly stopped here and our Guide explained what these men did for Serbia. Because we were under time constraints, he suggested that we go back here after our Walking Tour is over and see the exhibits inside this museum.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Anna L wrote a review Sep 2018
London, United Kingdom248 contributions58 helpful votes
I had just gone to see the graves of Vuk and Dositej near the Holy Archangel Michael church. A local friend explained the history and importance of Vuk and his tutor. Then by chance we walked by this old school which is now the museum dedicated to them. The building itself is historical and interesting and the objects inside give more information about the lives of the two men. I would say that the only disappointing thing was that nothing is translated to English. I was lucky to be with two local friends who explained and translated for me or I would have been lost
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Oleg Y wrote a review Jan 2016
Belgrade, Serbia2,720 contributions709 helpful votes
If You just turn off the Studentski Trg or the Studentski Park and go down by the Visniceva str., You'll first pass some muslim monument called Sah Mustafa Turbe (the tomb) and before long, You'll come to this, very nicely designed house - museum, located in Gospodar Jevremova street. It is a memorial museum that depicts the life, work and legacy of Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, the reformer of the Serbian language. And also here You can get acquainted with the other very important figure in serbian history, culture and education, i.e. Dositej Obradovic who was the country's first Minister of Education. It is just real treasure of facts, artefacts, items which helps You to better understand the period of revival of Serbian culture when Serbs for the first time struggled against the Ottoman Empire, at the beginning of nineteenth century. This building is one of the oldest preserved residential edifices in Belgrade. It is projected as the Turkish town house. We visited this house last year in fall and have been very surprised with its interior. It consists of two floors and an attic. The floor is wooden. Here You can see travel bags, glasses, stilt, rod, holster, smoking accessories, which belonged to Vuk Karadzic and those things are on the upper floor. The ground floor is devoted to Dositej Obradovic. If You want to know something more about the serbian history, that is definitely place to be.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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