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Museum of Contemporary Art
Museum of Contemporary Art
Description

The museum was founded in 1958 and is located in a building in New Belgrade, at the very confluence of the Sava and the Danube. The original architectural design of the building is reminiscent of a crystal. The permanent exhibit shows a rich selection of Yugoslav painting, sculpture and engravings from the 20thcentury.

Info
Address
Usce 10, Novi Beograd
Contact
+381 11 31 15 713
Location
Opening Hours

The museum is closed for reconstruction

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