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“Great collection but very few explanations in English”

Belgrad Military Museum
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Reviewed 25 March 2014

Interesting collection but really wished we could understand Serbian as only a few exhibits had English explanations. If you speak Serbian and are interested in history, by all means go, but in order to attract non-Serbian speaking tourists it needs more explanations in other languages!

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Reviewed 18 February 2014

Located in the Kalemegdan fortress, you can not miss it even if you were not properly informed. A part of the exibitiion is located in front and below the museum itself (you need to go up the stairs to get to the museum). A large selection of weapons, tenks, submarines, and all within a lovely historic building. A must see!

Thank BiSMitic
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Reviewed 13 February 2014

Belgrade’s Military Museum is, appropriately enough, located inside the walls of the medieval stronghold, Kalemegdan Fortress, that stands at the confluence of the Danube and Sava Rivers. History has not been kind to Belgrade. Several of the exhibits outside the museum were captured by Tito’s Partisans or the Red Army during WWII when the city was occupied by the Germans, bombed by the Allies and liberated by the Russians. Other even more modern exhibits were captured from the Kosovo Liberation Army and the NATO forces during the conflicts of the 1990s. Inside the museum which costs only 150 RSD (about 1,5 Euro or US$1.50) you walk through time – there are weapons, armour, uniforms, flags and other artefacts from Roman times, the wars with the Turks, right through medieval times and the two world wars. But unfortunately there are very few notices in English up to WWII so you might find it better to hire a Belgrade city guide for half a day or even longer to explain more of the history of Serbia and ultimately, help you understand the country today. The Military Museum is open from 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Sunday.

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Reviewed 12 January 2014

Even if you do not like guns and things like that it will impressive for you to see al those guns that former Yugoslavia used in the wars.

Thank Petra G
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Reviewed 7 January 2014

very interesting to see, a must go. Chronologically placed military gadgets in Serbia including piece of an invisible Stealth 117a bomber plane that was shot down only once, and it was in Serbia.

Thank Ana R
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