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Zepter Museum
Zepter Museum
Description

The Zepter Museum was opened in 2010 in the representative building of the former First Croatian Savings Bank, in Knez Mihailova Street in the center of Belgrade. It is the first private museum institution in Serbia, with a collection of 350 artworks by 132 artists, which represents a complete view of Serbian art (painting, drawing, pastel, sculpture, installation) in the second half of the 20th century.

 

 

Info
Address
Knez Mihailova 42
Contact
+381 11 328 33 39
Location
Opening Hours

Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 10 – 20h, Thursday, Saturday 12 – 22h, closed on Mondays

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