Marko Miljanov's Museum

Marko Miljanov's Museum

The Marko Miljanov Museum- 13km from Podgorica, the ancient city of Medun, the locality once inhabited by the Illyrian tribe of the Labeats,established in the 4th century BC, is located. Beneath Medun sits the house where Montenegrin hero and writer Marko Miljanov lived. In 1971, the house was converted into a museum dedicated to his life and work.

The museum is divided into three parts: historical, ethnographic and literary/historical. The historical part displays the most significant events from the life of Marko Miljanov, illustrated in photographs as well as personal belongings: national costumes, weapons, documents and photographs. The ethnographic portion of the museum displays household items, jewelry, national costumes, as well as items for everyday use. The historical/literary portion consists from a collection of manuscripts, the oldest editions of Marko Miljanov’s works, as well as letters to his contemporaries. As a part of the exhibition, Miljanov’s personal belongings are shown for visitors to behold.

The museum also contains a library with more than 6000 works.

Ticket prices for the Marko Miljanov Museum
Regular price ticket: €1
Reduced ticket price: €0.5

Working hours of the Marko Miljanov Musem
Museum is open every day from 9am to 4pm

Author of the text:

Ana Lazarević - our correspondent for the city of Podgorica
Coontact: [email protected]

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