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    Putting into operation of the Tesla's Transformer

    Model of the 12 million volts transformer was put into operation for the first time on July 10, the day of Tesla's birth, on the Sava's promenade at Kalemegdan.

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    Samsung Project

    The winner of the national contest "Be like Tesla" is a primary school "Mihajlo Pupin" from Zemun with his project "Carousel". The winning school received a fully equipped Samsung digital classroom.

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    Museum Library

    Tesla's personal stock consists primarily of expert publication, and above all, handbooks in the fields he dealt with, then the patents, dictionaries, and literary works, as well as from medical and other areas.

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    Archive

    Tesla’s personal archive consist of 163,911 signatures of  documents, manuscripts, scientific notes, calculations, drawings and letters.

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    Tesla's Inventions

    Go through the rich collection of Nikola Tesla Museum.

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    Collections

    The museum corpus consists of nine collections. Within this corpus, more than 1200 items was officially registered.

History

After the death of Nikola Tesla, an American court, in January 1943, awarded custody of his property to Sava Kosanović. the son of Tesla’s youngest sister Marica. Sava Kosanović was a Serbian politician, publicist and diplomat who, at that time, was living in New York as a member of the Royal Yugoslav Government-in-exile.

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Mission

The Nikola Tesla Museum was conceived from the outset as a complex institution, encompassing cultural, educational, scientific and memorial functions. This largely determined its original vision and mission. As a cultural institution, the Museum deals with the protection and presenta-tion of Tesla’s legacy.

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UNESCO included Tesla's archive, as a part of the movable documentary heritage of mankind in the Register

Acknowledgements

Recognizing the universal importance of Nikola Tesla and his creation, on 16th October 2003 UNESCO included Tesla's archive, as a part of the movable documentary heritage of mankind in the Register "Memory of the World".

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Heritage Protection

In 2003, in recognition of the universal significance of Nikola Tesla and his inventions, UNESCO added Tesla’s archive, as part of the moveable human documentary heritage, to the Memory of the World Register, the highest form of protection of cultural assets.

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Projects

In order to present Nikola Tesla’s inventions, away from the Museum, many new working models, maquettes and replicas have been made.

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