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- Must visit for history lovers, showing Serbia during the 20th century post WWII, and the role of Yugoslavia during the cold war. There are different aspects and sectors of life when Yugoslavia was a country, like education, industry, sports… The museum has a huge collection of Tito gifts he received from countries around the world, and finally there is the mausoleum of Tito.Written June 28, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great little museum with professional staff and interesting exhibitions. Don’t miss the current one on important and great women in Serbian culture - famous painters, writers, poets and philosophers, the women that stands out for their art, courage and patriotism in war times and who are definitely inspiration and role models.Written January 31, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- even if you are not professionaly biased (as we are), it is a marvelous insight into another era (mostly the beggining of the 20th century), an extraordinary burgeois villa of a geographer introducing several terms naming karstic features (like dolines, poljes), influenced territorial and ethnic history of Serbia and Kingdom of Yugoslavia, participating in the signing of treaty after WW1, receiving high prizes / acknowledgements from Viennese, British, American geographical societies. Take your time to read the descriptions, hear the custos's explanation of details in the house and from professor's life. Really great little museum, worth the little trouble to find it (not far from Skadarlija, ask locals - they should know where this place is).Written August 4, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Impressive and unique experience. If you are in Belgrade and you dont know much about the wars of the 90's really recommend it.Written July 28, 2023
- 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 11th century till their destruction in the Holocaust in the Second world War.It has the usual artefacts of the daily lives of Jewish people.So in some ways it is a sad place to visit,however museums such as these do an important duty in keeping the memories of what happened alive.Finally I would mention that you do have to produce some form of identification before being admitted to the museum.Written June 19, 2015
- 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.Written May 12, 2019
- Beautiful place, very pleasent staff and exquisite pieces of art! A place where you can feed your soul!Written April 22, 2021
- The museum featured the works of Paje Jovanovic and is exhibiting his works until mid September. It is a very beautiful apartment with decoration and furniture that was brought from Paje Jovanovic's apartment in Vienna. The entrance fee is 200 dinars and the museum is open Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. It is recommended if you have the time while in Belgrade.Written June 21, 2018
- When I was in Topcider Park this summer I visited this very nice dwelling of the Prince Milos Obrenovic. It is located on the Rakovicki Road without number. The Residence of the Prince Milos(Milosev Konak) was built in 1831 and architecturally it was done in the Ottoman residential style. Really nice building, whitewashed, with the red tiles roof and massive chimneys. Such type of building was the third of that kind, built by Serbs in Belgrade and at the times these residencies were really impressive. Inside, it looks also great with interior decoration inclined mostly to the features of the original Turkish houses. It shows in some measure the splendor and luxury of these Ottoman old imperial abodes. Very characteristic element of Turkish design is genuine low, large and long couch set along the row of windows on the sides of one part of residence. This couch is covered with the beautiful arabic rug and red and golden yellow cushions. In front of the residence, there is one stunning sycamore tree, more than 160 years old.
Today, this residence is a museum where can be seen the exhibition about the life in Serbia in the first half of the 19th century, about royal family Obrenovic and the Second Serbian rising, that was led against the Turcs by Milos Obrenovic.
And to complete Your enjoyment in the gorgeous Topcider Park, You can take the ride with the coach, pulled with horse.Written November 5, 2016
- The owner and his wife are very kind persons! We were the only ones english-speaking people and they made a tour in english only for us! In the end we could make our own chocolate. We really enjoyed the atmosphere, it was a very warm experience.
Definitely recommendable.Written November 11, 2021