Museum of Ivo Andrić

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Museum of Ivo Andrić
Музеј Иве Андрића
Muzej Ive Andrića
Ivo Andric Beograd spomenik.jpg
Ivo Andrić monument in front of the museum
Established10 October 1976; 43 years ago (1976-10-10)
LocationAndrićev Venac 8, Belgrade, Serbia
Coordinates44°48′35″N 20°27′49″E / 44.8096°N 20.4637°E / 44.8096; 20.4637Coordinates: 44°48′35″N 20°27′49″E / 44.8096°N 20.4637°E / 44.8096; 20.4637
TypeHistoric house museum
DirectorMiroslav Pantić

The Museum of Ivo Andrić (Serbian: Музеј Иве Андрића / Muzej Ive Andrića) is a museum located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Founded on 10 October 1976, it is dedicated to the Nobel prize winning writer Ivo Andrić. It is operated by the Belgrade City Museum.

The library contains 4,502 bibliographical units, rich collection of photographs, numerous Andrić's personal holdings, and writer's study room and the salon, with authentic atmosphere since Andrić's time.


The Museum was founded on 10 October 1976 under the decree of the Ministry for Science and Culture of Serbia.[1] It is located in apartment where Ivo Andrić lived from 1958 until his death.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Andrićev muzej posećuju brojni strani turisti, najviše Turci". (in Serbian). Tanjug. 7 July 2018. Retrieved 24 February 2019.

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