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Belgrade Aircraft Museum II
Serbia

When fog closes down the airport only thing left is to go for a late night visit to the Aircraft Museum

Just out side main building of Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport you can see geodesic-based glass buildingof National Aviation Museum , with additional aircraft displayed on the surrounding grounds it is the only aviation museum in Sebia. The museum owns over 200 aircraft that have been operated by the Serbian and Yugoslav Air Forces, Aeronautical clubs and Avio-companies, from gliders to helicopters to jet fighters. At any given time, around 50 are on display inside the building. A few of the aircraft on display are the only surviving examples of their type, including the Fiat G.50. The museum also displays relics of US and NATO aircraft shot down during the 1990s Balkans conflicts, including wreckage from a US F-117 Nighthawk. In addition, the collection consists of more than 130 aviation engines, more radars, rockets, various aeronautical equipment, over 20.000 reference books and technical documentation as well as more than 200.000 photographs.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_Aviation_%28Belgrade%29

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Caricate: 30/12/2011
Aggiornato: 06/08/2014
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