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Tito lied and cheated his way into control of Yugoslavia; he caused the deaths of many, and his partitioning of the nation led inevitably to the great war of the 1990s. Not worth visiting his mausoleum.
An interesting enough museum showcasing the life of Tito is on the premises where his mausoleum is located. The grounds are lovely and there is a life sized statue of Tito. However, unless you are a fan or majorly interested in that period of history,...More
This is Yugoslavia‘s version of Lenin’s tomb in red square, although Tito is Kept solidly under marble and is not chemically preserved for all to see! The mausoleum is in a complex that includes several museums devoted to the life and Times of this dictator....More
Located about 10 minutes from the city center, this is basically two museums, the first tell the story behind Yugoslavia just around 1941 , then moves to the pre break up history, but most of the museum is about Tito and gifts given to him....More
Josip Tito, the former chief of Yugoslavia, who helmed the country's affairs for 4 decades, is a controversial historic figure for today's Serbians. The final resting place of the once revered leader, who died in 1980, is called House of Flowers. It is an impressive...More
a great place from yugoslavia past....although when i visited the place part of it was close the rest covering very well the pure history of ex yugoslavia...many tito and ex yugoslavia items worth every penny of money...