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Museum of the Camp at Banjica
Museum of the Camp at Banjica
Description

The Museum of the Camp at Banjica is dedicated to the memory of the prisoners and victims of the Nazi concentration camp from World War II.

It is located at the authentic locations of the former camp (rooms 3, 25 and 26).

 

Info
Address
Pavla Jurisica Sturma 33
Contact
+381 11 36 74 877
Location
Opening Hours

Open: visits by appointment

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