Tuesday was our last day in Belgrade. I know it was over 2 weeks ago, but I'm glad I can finally post about this last part of our trip.
Milos and I woke up early, since Dino didn't want to go. Pavle, our cousin went with us. We took a bus and then a tram to to get there.
This is me and Pavle
The plaque at the gate is in Serbian cyrilic but once you get inside there are English explanations.
Once you get inside, one of the first things you see is this:
Nikola's head and part of the upper body. I always liked Nikola, and this time around we finally had a chance to discuss few things.
His suit, is also on display
As are all his belongings
As well as cards and postcards from people he knew
Moving onto the models of his inventions, one of the first things we see on all the models displayed is
Yes, that's right, because all the models can be turned on and who knows just what might happen.
Take for example this Tesla Coil with output of 500 KV
Or this two-phase induction motor with a plate type rotor
Or this model of power generation, transmission and distribution
Or his personal drawing kit, which interested me a lot since I had to take technical drawing classes for 2 years when I went to high school
Among other things that can be seen are his model remote controlled boat with "AND" Logic Gate
And the remote controller itself (which can also be seen in previous photo, behind the boat)
Now, although museum isn't very big and is kinda small in size there are a bunch of things more to be seen.
But after all the personal belonging are seen. And all the models are experienced.
You will be taken to go see the man himself.
I am not kidding you, or making a fool out of you.
You will see Nikola
Or at least, what's left of him
And with that I'll invite you to go see the museum yourself. They even show a movie and have the tour guide available.