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Museum of Paja Jovanovic
Museum of Paja Jovanovic
Description

The Museum of Paja Jovanović is of a memorial type, located in an apartment of an old multi-story building in one of the main streets of Belgrade.

The famous actor bequeathed the Museum a number of his works while still living, from initial sketches to representative portraits and historical compositions. The museum contains a partial reconstruction of his Vienna atelier with pieces of period furniture, along with painting tools, personal documents, diplomas and medals, notes and memories of the artist, a set of his letters and a photo library of most of his works.

 

 

Info
Address
Kralja Milana 21/4
Contact
+381 11 33 40 176
Opening Hours

Open: visits by appointment at +381 11 26 30 462

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