Amadeo Modigliani, a genial artist, pub and bar lover, bohemian, and knower of the wine of his native Italy, has recently been given his nook in Belgrade. It is Ana Gazdić and her husband’s endeavor.
Belgrade is always nice, but it is especially interesting in December and January, since two Christmases and two New-Year’s Eves celebrated according to the Gregorian and the Julian calendars.
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.
As one of the rare unterminated traditions of the Serbian nation, the so-called Krsna Slava, has been inscribed on the UNESCO Representative Intangible Cultural Heritage List since 2014. Since August this year, a theatrical piece has been performed as part of Belgrade’s regular tourist programs in the Residence of Princess Ljubica, vividly presenting visitors how a Serbian Slava is celebrated.
"It’s difficult to draw a line between whether Belgrade is really the New York or Berlin of the Balkans, as described. Yet, its charm certainly reflects in that everyone can find a corner where they’ll wish to spend a night." These words are quoted from the introduction of the book entitled “Chronicle of Good Time in Belgrade” by the authoresses Maja Vukadinović and Aleksandra Mikata.
Zahvaljujući saradnji nekoliko gradskih ustanova kulture i entuzijazmu dve mlade istoričarke umetnosti, imamo priliku da svake poslednje subote u mesecu, u okviru tematske šetnje Kulturna baština Topčidera, otkrivamo taj otmeni beogradski kraj.
What is important to see in the National Museum in Belgrade, which recently opened to the public after 15 years.
We are taking you to three small city galleries: the 1250° Gallery, the Wunderkammer and the Blatobran (Fender), established by young artists. Instead of looking for a place to exhibit in, they created the exhibiting space to fit them.
In the immediate vicinity of the Assembly of the City of Belgrade, the building at no. 5, built in 1923 – the former Splendid Hotel will attract your attention. This four-floor edifice with a mansard was built by famous Belgrade tailors and partners – Života Lazarević and Trifun Jovanović, who had used their life savings for that purpose.
Serbia’s most beautiful and most significant telecommunications tower is among the city’s five most visited tourist attractions. Apart from the unique panoramic view, tourists can also experience the diverse attractions of the newly-opened complex: a rich souvenir shop, sports and children’s playgrounds, a café, a restaurant...