Serbian American Museum St. Sava

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The Serbian American Museum St. Sava, a leading diaspora anticommunist magazine. The post-WWII "Serbian Cultural Club St. Sava" movement, though based in Chicago, had chapters across the United States, as well as in Canada and Australia, where it competed for support with the Serbian National Defense Council.The organization also hosts the Serbian American Chamber of Commerce, established 1987.ExhibitsTesla Exhibit - Room of antiques and historical memorabilia connected to Serbian American inventor, Nikola Tesla.Hilandar and Orthodoxy - Exhibit focused on historical Serbian Orthodox artifacts and frescoes. Royal Family - heritage and belongings of the Serbian Royal Family Karadjordjevic.Serbian Migration to US - Exhibit of the early Serbian immigrants to America.

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