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Everything's kept in Historical Archives of Belgrade http://www.arhiv-beograda.org/index.php/en/
Photos found here: http://www.stalnapostavka.arhiv-beograda.org/index.php/en/chapters/legacies

By the way there's exhibition of decorations from legacies, it will be opened until the end of October http://www.arhiv-beograda.org/index.php/en/news/252-odlikovanja

Exhibition leaflet in PDF:  Exhibition leaflet.pdf

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As promised photos from exhibition "Decorations in the legacies of the Historical Archives of Belgrade" ("Одликовања из легата Историјског архива Београда").
Really amazing decorations, most of them I saw for the first time in person. Taking photos is allowed, staff is very pleasant, I was even offered magnifying glass to look at the orders more carefully. You also get a free leaflet and as I already mentioned complete illustrated catalog in PDF can be downloaded for free (Just in case someone missed it I posted it here: http://gmic.co.uk/topic/57613-decorations-from-the-collections-of-the-serbian-museums/?page=11#comment-626092 ).


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1. Order of Hungarian Flag (Hungary, awarded to Koča Popović)
2. Order of Romanian Star (Romania, awarded to Vicko Krstulović)
3. Order of Tudor Vladimirescu (Romania, awarded to Dragoslav Marković)
4. Order of Partisan Star (Albania, awarded to Koča Popović)

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1. Order of the People's Republic of Bulgaria (Bulgaria, awarded to Dragoslav Marković)
2. Order of the Madar Horseman (Bulgaria, awarded to Dragoslav Marković)
3. Order of People's Freedom (Bulgaria, awarded to Koča Popović)
4. Commemorative Medal 90 Years of George Dimitrov's Birth (Bulgaria, awarded to Dragoslav Marković)
5. 
Banner of Labor (DDR, awarded to Dragoslav Marković)

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Golden Medal of Honor of the City of Athens (Greece, awarded to Koča Popović)
Order of the Liberation of Spain (Spain, awarded to Koča Popović)

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