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Ethnographic Museum
Ethnographic Museum
Description

The Ethnographic Museum houses a large number of ethnographic items, divided into separate exhibits (household items, jewellery, customs, national costumes, national architecture, economy, stock farming, transportation, cultural artefacts), along with one of the best equipped professional libraries in the Balkans.

The permanent exhibit takes up three levels of the building. The first floor represents the popular assembly, the second is related to textile production and the third is about the culture of living. The symbol of the museum is the Dečanska Fountain, located at its centre.

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Address
Studentski Trg 13
Contact
+381 11 32 81 888 +381 11 26 25 140
Location
Opening Hours

 Open: 10-17 h, Sundays 9-14 h, closed on Mondays

 

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Accessible to persons with disabilities

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