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Archive of Serbia
Archive of Serbia
Description

The Archive of Serbia was founded in 1900 to protect, organize and process, as well as present for use and publish archival materials.

Most of its funds are classified as Archival Materials of Exceptional and Grand Importance, with the oldest document being the Charter of Dečani (“Dečanska povelja“) from 1330.

 

 

Info
Address
Karnegijeva 2
Contact
+381 11 33 70 781
Opening Hours

Open: reading room open for research Mondays to Fridays 09-19h

 

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