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Nikola Tesla Museum

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Jovana
Jovana
April 25, 2020
This museum presents the life and work of the great physicist, inventor and electrical engineer and Serbian national hero. The exhibition is in two main sections: The first is a study of Tesla the man, sourcing personal effects, photographs and correspondence to paint a clearer picture of his life…
Katie & Johnny
Katie & Johnny
January 6, 2020
Learn more about the extraordinary life of one of the most famous Serbs. Tesla was the brains behind the technological revolution and no doubt you will enjoy this place. The museum offers guided tours in English and VR tours. Exciting!
Branko
Branko
January 4, 2020
Visit one of the greatest world's scientist museum,close to apartmant,museum of Nikola Tesla
Dragan
Dragan
February 9, 2020
You can see some of his inventions and try some experiments as well.
Masha
Masha
November 20, 2019
The Nikola Tesla Museum (Serbian: Музеј Николе Тесле / Muzej Nikole Tesle) is a science museum located in the central area of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is dedicated to honoring and displaying the life and work of Nikola Tesla. It holds more than 160,000 original documents, over 2,000 books…
Jelena
Jelena
February 6, 2020
One of the world's great geniuses Nikola Tesla was a Serb. His works are celebrated in this museum.

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Ubicación
51 Krunska
Vračar, 11000
Teléfono+381 11 2433886
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