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“A closed museum”

National Museum Belgrade
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Belgrade Historic Private Walking Tour
Ranked #73 of 238 things to do in Belgrade
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed September 27, 2015

The National Museum has been closed for renovation in many years and no one knows when it will be reopened again. In the photo you can see the museum covered with tarpaulin to the left.

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Reviewed September 7, 2015

Is near the Knez Mihailova pedestrian area and worth a peak, as is nice buiding, partially covered by masks, due to unstarted/unfinished works in progress...

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Reviewed July 1, 2015

It is a shame that such an important museum containing so many treasures has been closed for so many years without real reason... For more than a decade the museum was closed for renovation that never happened, but some parts of it were still open to visitors... Since the beginning of 2015 the museum is completely closed and the works for the renovation have finally started...! They are supposed to finish 2 or 3 years later, and even a huge digital watch on the facade is counting the time left till the completion of the works and the reopening of the museum to the public... Let's hope so...

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Reviewed March 17, 2015

Located in the central Republic Square a few meters from Knez Mihailova Street shopping, this building is a symbol of the city, when I visited it was under renovation and hear about people of the city the renovations are stuck for a long time and the scaffolding to remain long obscuring the view of the facade of the building by removing a bit 'of charm to the beautiful square.

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Reviewed February 18, 2015

If someone likes museums, this one is worth to see. I use to come here to see new exhibitions, often. In this moment there is exhibition with paintings by Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Mark Chagall, Mary Cassatt, Wassily Kandinsky etc.
If someone likes frescoes, icons etc. from monasteries, it is recommended to see Gallery of Frescoes in Cara Urosa Street, it is 5 min walk from National Museum. I decided to write it here because the Gallery is one of the exhibition spaces that belong to National Museum, too. So one can visit both museums with one ticket, for less than 1.6 Euros.
On Sunday it is free of charge. Staff is very kind.

3  Thank LjubisaJasna
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