Museum of Yugoslav Aviation (now: Museum of Aviation – Belgrade) was founded in 1957, at the Command of the Air Force. Since 1989 is located in a modern building, built by the project of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian architect Ivan Strauss, of glass and concrete at the Belgrade airport. In 2013, the Serbian government declared a building of the Museum as a cultural monument. The collections of the museum have over 200 aircraft, of which visitors can see 50 aircrafts in the building and ten on the plateau around the building. Some of the exhibits are located in the depot museum, waiting for restoration. Among them is certainly the most important Italian-made Fiat G-50, which is the only surviving copy in the world.
Centre of Belgrade to Belgrade Airport in Surcin Suburb