Museum of Yugoslavia near Falkensteiner Hotels and Residences

Museum of Yugoslavia and the House of Flowers

The history of Yugoslavia at a glance

The intriguing history of Yugoslavia looms large over the entire region, despite only being around for less than a century. The socialist state is remembered fondly by many in Belgrade, and as such, Josip Broz Tito’s grave is an important pilgrimage site for all visitors. The museum itself is a fascinating look at history as it was, and the traveling exhibitions are almost always worth a look. The collection of batons in the House of Flowers is particularly noteworthy, but it is the marble resting place of the Yugoslav leader that correctly takes centre stage.

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