Corfu, Greece

The Serbian Museum


Housed in a building on Moustoxidou street, the Serbian Museum was established by the Serbian government to commemorate the tragic fate of the Serbian army retreating in 1911 through the western Balkans from the Austro-Hungarian attack during the First World War. About 150,000 soldiers and their government in exile found in 1911 refuge and shelter in Corfu, where they spent three years in camps until the end of the war. The museum holds memorabilia form that event, such as flags, uniforms, arms, ammunition, photographs and other relevant material.

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