The Serbian Museum of Corfu houses rare exhibits from the Serbian soldiers’ tragic fate during the First World War. The remnants of the Serbian Army of about 150,000 soldiers together with their government in exile, found refuge and shelter in Corfu, following the collapse of the Serbian Front as a result of the Austro-Hungarian attack of the 6 October 1915. Exhibits include photographs from the three years stay of the Serbians in Corfu, together with uniforms, arms and ammunition, regimental flags, religious artefacts, surgical tools and other decorations of the Kingdom of Serbia.
19, Moustoxydou St., 49100 Corfu, Tel.: 26610 33960