The National Museum: Constantine the Great and the Edict of Milan 313

3/7/13 One of central events which marks seventeen centuries since the official recognition of the Christianity is the exposition “Constantine the Great and the Edic of Milan 313. The birth of Christianity in Roman provinces in the territory of Serbia”, which was opened on July 2nd at the National Museum in Belgrade. More than 180 artifacts are ...

Permanent Exhibition Of The Museum Of Serbian Orthodox Church Has Been Opened

31/5/13 BELGRADE – New permanent exhibition of the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church has been opened in the Patriarchal Palace in the presence of the Patriarch Irinej, Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic and Minister of Culture and Information Bratislav Petkovic, reported RTS.. Patriarch Irinej pointed to the long felt need to expand the museum, because in the ...

Remembrance day on the bombing of the National Library of Serbia

10/4/13 Many Belgraders with books in their hands gathered on April 6th, 2013 at Kosancicev Venac, when the National Library of Serbia was completely destroyed and burnt in Nazi bombing 72 years ago. Besides Minister of Culture and Information Mr. Bratislav Petkovic, at the site there were His Grace Bishop Atanasije of Hvosno, the head of the ...

Kosovo and Metohia, endowments and gifts

22/2/13 The exhibition ‘Kosovo and Metohia – Endowments and Gifts’ is opened at the Gallery of Frescoes. It represents а collection of the National Museum in Belgrade The aim of this well-organized exhibition was to present the public in more direct way the Serbian national heritage in Kosovo and Metohia,  a source of spiritual, cultural, economic and ...