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A great museum for anyone wishing to know more about traditional costume and living in Serbia. there are plenty of English captions and information boards, with three floors of exhibits to explore. If you are on a tour of Serbia it is best combined with a visit to a traditional village or open air museum to see some of the... 更多
It was a very good museum. It had three floors full of interesting display. There were lots of displays of different types of costums. There were also several models of dwellings.
The way life 100 years ago is exposed is very nice and give a very understanding of life at that time.
I visited this musum on several occasions, whether being student or while working in the vicinity of it, here in Studentski Trg. It is very interesting museum, dealing with ethnology, anthropology and related disciplines. The ethnographic museum is one of the oldest cultural institutions in Belgrade since it exists for more than one hundred years ,exactly since 1901. The rich... 更多
Lots to learn here about the clothing and housing of the Serbian people in a historical perspective. Unlike large countries the admission fee is negligible.Spend a good couple of hours.
the exhibitions in this institution is similar to the others in Belgrad museums. Exactly the way things where exhibited in the 60' and 70'. Chronologically dressed mannequins with historical garbs (costumes) behind glass. This makes me remembering why I didn't like to go to museums when I was little. It's shame as the building has an interesting architecture. sometimes there... 更多
It might be the oldest museum in Belgrade, although it is renovated. It is located in a very central point. There you can find information for the everyday life of Serbians the past years. You can see their clothes and theis houses, as well as their utensils, the machines and tools they used to eat, cultivate the land and catching... 更多
Enter costs 150 dinars, but you can't pay by CC. we paid cash and the man gave us used tickets! Did not realized it at the moment:( Exhibition is not very rich. First floor represents several types of dress of several centuries. Second floor - religion. Third - life and tools of Balkans thru centuries, not deep. Visit just for... 更多
The museum is located at a walking distance from other tourist attractions in the lonely planet. The entrance fee is a mere 150 dinar (1.5 USD). The ground floor shows various late 19th, early 20th century costumes from various parts. The second floor was a bit disappointing as it was entirely in cyrillic. The third floor has the most extensive... 更多