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Muzej Vojvodine Museum of Vojvodina

Dunavska 37
Tel: +381 (0) 21/420566, +381 (0) 21/20059

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Friday from 9 am to 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday 9 am to 2 pm
Closed on Mondays

Permanent Exhibitions: Vojvodina from the Palaeolithic era to the middle of the 20th century. The museum includes exhibits relating to archaeology, history, ethnology and modern history.

Novi Sad City Museum

Petrovaradin Fortress, upper terrace – Mamula’s barracks
Tel: +381 (0) 21/433145, +381 (0) 21/433613

Opening hours: 10 am – 5 pm, closed on Mondays

Exhibition of the Department for Cultural History (selected pieces from the collection of fine and applied arts from 1748 to the middle of the 20th century).

Novi Sad City Museum – Foreign Art Collection

Dunavska 29

Tel: +381 (0) 21/551239
Opening hours: 9 am – 4 pm, closed on Mondays

Permanent exhibition of Doctor Branko Ili?’s legacy. The collection consists of works of Western European teachings from the Renaissance to the 20th century, mostly from the Central European region.

Novi Sad City Museum – Homeland Collection in Sremski Karlovci

Patrijarha Rajaèiæa 6, Sremski Karlovci

Tel: +381 (0) 21/881673

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday 9 am – 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday by appointment only

Permanent exhibition: History of Karlovaèka grammar school, Orthodox Seminary in Sremski Karlovci, archeological heritage of Sremski Karlovci and its surroundings, a village room and kitchen from the turn of the 20th century, the legacy of paintings by Mili? of Ma?va and architect Svetomir Lali?.

Petrovaradin Fortress

This Austro-Hungarian fortress was built on the Rock of Petrovaradin, a place of interest since the Stone Age. Everyone from the Celts to the barbaric tribe of Yazigi has frequented the area. Today the fortress features former military buildings and command centres which function as modern artist ateliers, salons, cafés and a hotel.

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