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Museum of Science and Technology
Museum of Science and Technology
Description

The museum was founded in 1989 at the initiative of the academic Aleksandar Despić, the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts and the support of twelve economic organizations.

The museum became an institution of the Republic in 2003, while in late 2005 it was awarded the building of the first public thermoelectric plant in Dorćol. The project for the reconstruction and expansion of the Museum of Science and Technology, by the author Boris Podreka, is being undertaken as part of the National Investment Plan of the Republic of Serbia.

Despite the ongoing reconstruction, over 2,500 m² of exhibition space is open to the public, with twenty-five museum collections presenting over 700 items, documents and photographs, audio and video materials.

 

 

Info
Address
Skenderbegova 51
Contact
+381 11 30 37 850, 30 37 950
Location
Opening Hours

Open: Tuesdays – Sundays 10-21 h

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