It is the largest and oldest museum in Serbia. It is located in the Republic Square in the capital Belgrade. It was completed on May 10, 1844. In 1979, it was recognized as a "high-value cultural heritage", and the collection has reached more than 400,000 pieces. Among them are masterpieces by Van Gogh and others.
National Museum of Serbia When traveling to Serbia, the Serbian National Museum is the most worth visiting place. The National Museum of Serbia is the oldest and largest museum in Serbia. It is located in the Republic Square in Belgrade, the capital. It was established on May 10, 1844. The museum has a collection of more than 400,000 items. Its collections mainly include archaeological collections, ancient coin collections, Medieval collections, collections of historical relics, and collections of world-renowned painting masters in various periods, such as Picasso, Monet, Rubens and other art treasures, are all collected in this museum. At present, only three floors of the exhibition hall are open. I went to visit it on Sunday and it was free to visit on that day. The museum usually charges, but the price is not high, the ticket price is around 30 yuan.