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Museum of Toma Rosandic
Museum of Toma Rosandic
Description

The museum is located in the house built in 1929 by the famous sculptor and pedagogue, the academic Toma Rosandić, who spent his life there.

The artist left his atelier with a number of works to Belgrade and the Museum of the City of Belgrade. The museum houses sculptures by Toma Rosandić, sculpting tools, applied arts items and pieces of furniture (original works bearing the personal mark of the author), letters and personal documents.

Info
Address
LJube Jovanovica 3
Contact
+381 11 26 51 434
Opening Hours

Open: visits by appointment at +381 11 26 30 825

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