It is not only that the oldest written document about the winegrowing Župa originates from the end of the 12th century, but the only museum in the country thematically dedicated to winemaking and winegrowing of both the region itself and of Serbia as a whole is located in Aleksandrovac – the center of the Župa area today.
Almost all Serbian monasteries have been making wine “from times immemorial”; Bukovo Monastery, however, has a special, prominent place in that tradition.
The Roman Imperial City of Viminacium, built in the time of the emperor Hadrian, had for centuries been silently existing under the surface of the Earth, forgotten and lost like Pompei. Today, it is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Europe.
European premiere of the Love is Love: Wedding Bliss for All a la Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade is on display until March 2021.
The works of art of the academician Nikola Koka Janković began their new life in the newly built architectural edifice in his native city of Kragujevac. Recently, a platform has been designed via which visitors are able to virtually become familiar with the standing setting of the Gallery.
With a variety of ornamental motifs, imaginative styling and colourfulness, traditional double-knit socks are a prominent representative of folk art. In the Knjaževac region the ornamental elements of peasant knitted socks have reached the peak of aesthetic development.
Throughout the year, the Serbian Orthodox Church has been celebrating the eight centuries of its autonomy, the central event being exactly this exhibition, which was thoroughly being prepared for a long time.
The Embassy of Egypt in Serbia is working hard to connect our two, provenly friendly, countries. This year, Egypt is the partner-country of the October Book Fair in Belgrade. By the beginning of next year already, it will also be a partner-country of the Tourism Fair.
What is important to see in the National Museum in Belgrade, which recently opened to the public after 15 years.
As part of “Cultural Heritage of Serbia”edition, the NTOS published a guide that presents monumental heritage created during the Ottoman rule of Serbia. Fortresses, baths, mosques, endowments... but also culinary influences stands as a valuable part of Serbian tourist offer.