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Nikola Tesla Museum – Belgrade
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Nikola Tesla Museum – Belgrade

There is a place in Belgrade that I've been wanting to visit for a long time. Remarkably, I have never been there. Not even when I lived in Belgrade, before I moved to London. If you asked me why, I wouldn't know what to say. Perhaps, I thought of it as a place that was right there and very easy to visit. But somehow, I never actually managed to do it. Until now! The place that I am talking about is Nikola ...
National Museum Belgrade – Yugoslav 20th Century Art (part 2)
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National Museum Belgrade – Yugoslav 20th Century Art (part 2)

This is my second post in the series of posts on the Yugoslav 20th century art. During my latest visit to Belgrade, I went back to the National Museum to see this collection. I mostly missed it when I was there last time, back in November 2018. Sometimes, we go to a museum and after a while we are simply saturated with too many impressions. Then, it becomes difficult to process and remember everything. But, ...
National Museum Belgrade – Yugoslav 20th Century Art (part 1)
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National Museum Belgrade – Yugoslav 20th Century Art (part 1)

I first visited the newly restored National Museum in Belgrade in November 2018. Afterwards, I published three posts and presented three important parts of its collection: Medieval Art, Serbian 18th and 19th Century Painting and International Collection. Surely, all three of them are truly impressive. But, there is one more important part in the museum that I only slightly mentioned, at the end of the ...
Decadent Belgrade
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Decadent Belgrade

I have written many stellar articles about Belgrade. And rightly so. It is a dynamic and interesting city, that is rapidly changing. It is still a refreshingly rare non-globalised European city, especially after most western European cities where you see the same establishments over and over again. In that respect, Belgrade is a very authentic city. When you walk around, you can see numerous small business, ...
Crypt of Saint Sava Church – Belgrade
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Crypt of Saint Sava Church – Belgrade

It's my second week in Belgrade. In my previous post, I wrote about many restoration projects that the city authorities are currently doing in order to improve the way the city looks. But, I did not mention one of the biggest and the most ambitious building projects - the Saint Sava Church. I wrote about this church in my article about Belgrade, so I am not going to repeat any of that now. The church is ...
Work in Progress
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Work in Progress

I am in Belgrade at present. In my previous post I wrote about my travel plans and I mentioned that I was going to spend 2 weeks in the Serbian capital. I have already written about Belgrade extensively and I also mentioned that I would only write about many changes that are currently happening there. The city authorities have undertaken an immense task to restore and improve the city, especially after many ...
Where Next?
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Where Next?

April was a strange month. That was one reason why I posted only one article right at the end of April. It was also a month in which I asked myself: “Where next?” But, let me explain what was happening. As I wrote in my previous post, the UK originally had to come out of the EU at the end of March. However, no exit deal had been agreed between the UK and the EU. So, the UK government asked for extension ...
Summer Night City – Belgrade by Night
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Summer Night City – Belgrade by Night

Summer Night City - Belgrade by Night is the last post in the current series of posts on Belgrade. I was there in the first two weeks of November 2018. Although, it wasn't really summer, I was very lucky because it was very warm, almost like in summer. During the day, it was around 25 degrees C and evenings and nights were equally warm.  That's why I went around the city by night and took some nice ...
National Museum Belgrade – International Collection
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National Museum Belgrade – International Collection

The international collection of paintings in the National Museum in Belgrade completes the story of this museum. In my previous two posts, I wrote about the Serbian medieval art and the Serbian 18th and 19th century painting. Surely those are truly magnificent works of art, and as I previously mentioned, probably the most interesting to see in this museum. This is especially true for people that want to get ...
National Museum Belgrade – Serbian 18th and 19th Century Painting
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National Museum Belgrade – Serbian 18th and 19th Century Painting

The Serbian 18th and 19th century painting is, in addition to the Serbian medieval art, the most important part of collection in the National Museum in Belgrade. In my opinion, it is also the most interesting to see. I dedicated my previous post to Serbian frescoes and icons. However, in this article I will present Serbian paintings from the 18th and the 19th century. That was when Serbia gained ...
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