Dr Nikola Nezlobinski Museum

  Bore Hadzieski - Pute 69, Struga      +389 46 786 644     more than a year ago
Nikola Nezlobinski was a native Russian doctor who came to Struga in 1924 to help fight malaria and who became a fanatical collector of the local flora and fauna, the result being this fascinating little museum. Not only are the scores of animals and plants frozen in time here, the exhibition cabinets themselves seems to come from another age. The scruffy building on the corner holds most of the exhibits with a few more held in the much grander administration building across the street.


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Open 09:00 - 19:00. Sat, Sun 09:00 - 18:00, Closed Mon.


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