The tourist potentials of Serbia and the neighbouring countries will be presented at the 12th International Fair of Tourism and Rural Tourism in Kragujevac.
Under the same roof, there are three diverse program wholes – the museum dedicated to Đura Jakšić, a gallery space and a center for the promotion of the wines and brandies of Šumadija.
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.
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.
The 10th International Tourism and Rural Tourism Fair in Kragujevac will be held from 23rd to 25th November. The Fair will gather over 100 exhibitors from Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Greece.
The National Library “Vuk Karadžić” in Kragujevac awarded the Charter for the Book of the Year to Zoran Petrović for his Photo-monograph entitled “Kragujevac for Beginners and Indigenous Inhabitants”. From the first to the last page there are all the recognizable ambiences of Kragujevac, recorded with a camera and the imagination of an artistic soul.