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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 ...
Vuk and Dositej Museum – Belgrade
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Vuk and Dositej Museum – Belgrade

A place in Belgrade that I've never visited before is the Vuk and Dositej Museum. Normally, it's a place where they take you with school, to learn about two of the most influential Serbs that shaped the language and the culture of the nation, after centuries under the Ottoman rule. But for some reason, I never went there. In all honesty, I didn't think much of this museum because it's in a relatively ...
Belgrade Fortress
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Belgrade Fortress

The Belgrade Fortress is the most important historic site in Belgrade. Its position, overlooking the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, makes it a very unique place because not many other cities have two big rivers. Views from the fortress are spectacular.



HISTORY OF THE BELGRADE FORTRESS

The city-fortress was first established in the 3rd century BC. ...
Princess Ljubica’s Residence – Belgrade
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Princess Ljubica’s Residence – Belgrade

The Princess Ljubica's Residence is one of the most important historical buildings in Belgrade. Built in 1830, it certainly had all characteristics of the Serbian-Balkan style houses. It is also among the most preserved examples of the civil architecture from the first half of the 19th century Belgrade. It was a luxurious court of the Serbian ruling Obrenović dynasty.


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Back in Belgrade – Travel in the Time of Corona
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Back in Belgrade – Travel in the Time of Corona

I am back in Belgrade. I mentioned in my previous post that I was planning to go there. The main reason why I decided to leave London for a period of time is because I think that the situation in the UK is much worse than in Serbia. I also think that the situation in the UK will not improve any time soon. Profound mistakes made by an incompetent UK government at the start of the epidemic are not easy to ...
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've never been there. Not even when I lived in Belgrade, before I moved to London. If you ask me why, I wouldn't know what to say. Perhaps, I thought of it as place that was right there and very easy to visit. Somehow, I never actually managed to do it. Until now! The place that I am talking about is Nikola Tesla ...
Decadent Belgrade
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Decadent Belgrade

I've written many stellar articles about Belgrade. And rightly so. It is a dynamic and interesting city, that's rapidly changing. It is still a refreshingly rare non-globalised European city, especially after most western European cities where you see the same shops and restaurant chains over and over again. In that respect, Belgrade is very authentic. When you walk around, you can see numerous small ...
Work in Progress
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Work in Progress

I am in Belgrade at the moment. In my previous post, I wrote about my travel plans and I mentioned that I was going to spend two weeks in the Serbian capital. I've already written extensively about Belgrade 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 ...
Where Next?
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Where Next?

April was a strange month. That was one reason why I posted only one article 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 until ...
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