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Museum of Jovan Cvijic
Museum of Jovan Cvijic
Description

The museum is located in the house built in 1905 by the renowned scientist-geographer Jovan Cvijić.
The museological exhibit presents a representative part of the legacy of Jovan Cvijić, encompassing manuscripts, letters, photographs, books, applied art objects, artistic paintings, personal effects, documents and furniture.

 

Info
Address
Jelene Cetkovic 5
Contact
+381 11 32 23 126
Opening Hours

Open: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays 10-17h, Thursdays 12-20h, Sundays 10-14 h, closed on Mondays

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