The City of Kragujevac is the first capital of the new-century Serbia. In it, the first court, the first grammar school, the first theater… were established, and the Serbian industry was born in this city. The Monument to the Pupils and Teachers Executed by Firing Squad and the “Fića” automobile are its symbols.
In cooperation with the “Belgrade Waterfront” company, the National Tourism Organization of Serbia has for a longer time now been organizing thematic exhibitions in the open air, in a nice-looking and inspiring space of the Sava Promenade – a promenade on the very riverbank of the Sava.
As early as in the 1960s, Stanimirka Golubović realized that she could feed her family by making her nice-looking handicrafts. She followed the example of the jumpers made in nearby Sirogojno, which became a world brand.
Join the Intrernational Women’s Charity Bazaar on Sunday December 1st at Belgrade Fair. Enjoy the food, gifts and other goods from around the world, 29 countries in all. You can support the event by purchasing an entrance ticket and tickets for the popular raffle.. This year, the proceeds go to support programs that address elderly citizens.
To be an artist and live inside and about Petrovaradin Fortress, which itself is a par excellence architectural achievement, is certainly a sign of its own kind. That elusive blend of tradition, history, legends, warmth and the artistic easiness of existence is only possible to experience at the Atelier of fine-art photographer Dragan Kurucić.
The Museum of Applied Arts celebrated its 69th birthday this year. Within the ceremonial celebration of the seventh decade of its existence, the exhibition “Fashion in Modern Serbia”, whose author is Draginja Maskareli, has also been opened.
The 11th International Tourism and Rural Tourism Fair in Kragujevac will be held from 22rd to 24th November. The most attractive announced programme is presentation of a brand new tourism offer of Central Serbia.
A poncho eaten by moths introduced Ana Brdarac, an economist by profession, to the world of weaving. In the workshop “Snovatica” in Zaječar, she learnt all the “commandments” of the patterns and techniques from the Bible of weaving. Today, amazing handicrafts are created in her workshop RARA, in a fairytalelike village of Donja Kamenica.
Rtanj Mountain is one of the rare landscapes where Ramona “phenix” flower grows. Recently, an elegant boutique-hotel has been opened underneath the riddling summit of Rtanja in the shape of a regular pyramid – inspired both by the name and the content by the resurrecting plant.
Tivat - a lovely town lying in the Bay of Boka Kotorska, known for an airport, a unique botanical park, the renaissance summer house of Buća, the old “Jadran” sailboat, exclusive nautical port... is making an effort also to attract guests through its diverse programs even out of season. That will be so this autumn and winter.