Smallest museum in the world

The smallest museum in the world is in the village of Dzepciste and existed for more than 30 years. The main part of the museum covers an area of ​​only 7.2 square meters, and has another auxiliary room of nine square meters. Over 2,000 ethnological objects created in the past few centuries are exhibited in this small space. The museum does not charge a visit. The museum has so far realized 50 exhibitions in the country and abroad and many experts and scientists have used the museum and its exhibits for their academic education and obtaining academic titles. The museum has so far been visited by over 40,000 people, including ambassadors, actors, politicians and top government officials. Log in and make an appointment at Mone Zlatev’s number: 070555165

credits: Gordana Janakievska