Museum of the 2nd AVNOJ session | Muzej II. zasjedanja AVNOJ-a | Jajce

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The AVNOJ II Session Museum, established in 1953, stands as a central Yugoslav memorial museum.

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Despite suffering significant damage during the Bosnian War, this historic site has been meticulously restored and reopened, preserving its legacy as a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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In September 2002, the Commission to Preserve National Monuments declared the AVNOJ House a national monument, emphasizing its importance in Yugoslav history. Following partial restoration and the refurbishment of its exhibition, the museum reopened to the public on November 29, 2008.

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The museum’s centerpiece is the meticulously reconstructed memorial hall where the historic 1943 session took place.

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Using preserved photographs, memoirs, and original artifacts, the ambiance of the session room has been faithfully recreated.

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Special emphasis is placed on the Decisions of the Second AVNOJ Session and their profound historical impact.

The statue of Moš Pijada – a Yugoslav politician, translator, painter, art critic and journalist of Jewish origin. High state and party official of the FNRJ and member of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia since 1920. He participated in the creation of the decisions of the Second Session of the AVNOJ and the first Constitution of the FNRJ.
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