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Crypt of Saint Sava Church – Belgrade
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Crypt of Saint Sava Church – Belgrade

I've been in Belgrade for just over two months now. In one of my previous posts, I wrote about many restoration projects that the city authorities are currently doing in order to improve the way the city looks. But, the biggest and the most ambitious building project is the Saint Sava Church. You can read about this church in my article on Belgrade. The church is finished on the outside and they are now ...
Zemun
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Zemun

I shouldn't really write a separate post about Zemun. That's because Zemun is a municipality of Belgrade. But, Zemun has been part of Belgrade for only 86 years. For many past centuries, it was a completely separate city. The main reason why I decided to write a separate post is because, when you go to Zemun, it feels like being in a completely different place. The last time I was there it was over 30 ...
National Museum Belgrade – Yugoslav Modern Art
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National Museum Belgrade – Yugoslav Modern Art

There is one more important section in the National Museum in Belgrade that I would like to write about, which wasn't there in the past. I saw it for the first time ever during my latest visit to the museum. The section that I am talking about is on Yugoslav modern art. In fact, it makes sense to add these paintings to the permanent collection. Thus, you can see the progression of Serbian art from ...
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 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. Sometimes, we go to a museum and after a while we become saturated with too many impressions. Then, it becomes difficult to process and to remember everything. But, thanks to the photos in this and in my ...
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 four posts and presented four important parts of its collection: Medieval Art, Serbian 19th Century Painting, International Collection and Impressionists. Surely, all of them are truly impressive. But, there is one more important part in the museum. I am talking about the Yugoslav 20th century ...
National Museum Belgrade – Impressionists
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National Museum Belgrade – Impressionists

The Impressionists in the National Museum in Belgrade complete the story of this museum. In my previous posts, I wrote about the Serbian medieval art, Serbian 19th century painting and also about the international collection that you can see there. Surely, those are truly magnificent works of art. But, the Impressionists collection is also special and unique. The museum in Belgrade is the only place ...
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 continues the story of this museum. In my previous two posts, I wrote about Serbian medieval art and Serbian 19th century painting. Surely, those are truly magnificent works of art and, as I previously mentioned, probably the most interesting to see. This is especially true for people that want to get acquainted with the Serbian ...
National Museum Belgrade – Serbian 19th Century Painting
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National Museum Belgrade – Serbian 19th Century Painting

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

The National Museum of Serbia is the oldest, the most important and the most prestigious cultural institution in Serbia. Although it was established in 1844, it moved into its current building in 1950. The museum collection consists of over 400000 objects which, in addition to local treasures, also includes foreign masterpieces.



HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM
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What is Happening in Belgrade?
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What is Happening in Belgrade?

I've been in Belgrade for just over two weeks now. This is the first time in 30 years that I'm staying here for a longer time. In the past, I would stay for a week or two, but never longer than that. I had a work to go back to and I had to shape my visits around my holidays. I love that I can spend more time here and that I can reconnect with the city. After all, I'm from Belgrade, it's my city, despite the ...
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