Jadra Museum is an institution located in the town of Loznica in western Serbia. In the year 1984, the municipality of Loznica decided to turn the outdated building of the “Old Pharmacy” into the museum we see now.
The museum was inaugurated on the 14th of September of 1987 in a ceremony honoring two centuries of Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, a person important to the history of Serbia. The Jadra Museum has a permanent exhibition dedicated to the man’s activities in the municipality of Loznica. The museum holds 410 ethnic objects, 516 historical objects, and over 1500 documents and photos. In addition, the museum houses about ten temporary exhibitions every year.