"IVO ANDRIĊ MUSEUM" Ivo Andric Museum Tip by mtncorg

Ivo Andric Museum, Belgrade: 2 reviews and 3 photos

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Ivo Andriċ lived in the four rooms that make up this museum in this semi-art deco building just across the street from the New Palace next to Pionirski Park. Andric originally hailed from Travnik in Bosnia. As a young man, he became involved with the Serbian movement within the Austrian-annexed regions and this got him jail time during WWI. Following the war, he became both a writer and a diplomat for the fledgling Yugoslavia. During the German occupation, Andric holed up and wrote his classic ?Bridge over the River Drina?. For this and other fine literary works, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961.

Address: Andriċev venac 8
othercontact: T-H 10-17 Sat/Sun 9-14
Phone: 328 397

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  • Written Sep 13, 2011
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