“I graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Zurich and passed my doctorate as a doctor of medicine, surgery, midwifery, and eye diseases, which I prove with the attached diploma. Based on this, I ask the Minister to give me permission to practice in Belgrade. And, if I need to fulfill any other condition, I ask Mr. Minister to just order, and I will fulfil it.”
Collection of gramophone records by Pavle Beljanski. The exhibition Musical Intermezzo by Pavle Beljanski (1892–1965) is dedicated to gramophone records collected by a Yugoslav diplomat and collector. In addition to more than 90 recordings on display, part of the exhibition was a rich accompanying program in the form of concerts, plays, lectures, and authorial interpretations.
III Belgrade Mosaic Festival Belgrade – House of Legacies, Knez Mihailova Street 46January 18, 2022 – February 12, 2022 Author and organizer of the festival: Petar VujoševićThe festival was supported by: Austrian Cultural Forum Belgrade, Mapei Company, Faculty of Mining and Geology in BelgradeContact: Petar Vujošević, firstname.lastname@example.org Would you like to hear an old legend? […]
The display of selected works of Vlaho Bukovac at the SASA Gallery was envisaged per a concept of everlasting beauty. The representation of idealized nature essentially marked the work
The exhibition presents selected caricatures that were published in magazine Jež (Hedgehog) in the period 1935-1990. As the leading satirical magazine in Yugoslavia, together with related papers Kerempuh from Zagreb
Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac was a Serbian composer, choir conductor, an excellent connoisseur of folklore, and a music pedagogue credited with introducing the Serbian national
Exhibition “Svirale – Wind Instruments from the Collection of Music Instruments at the Etnographic Museum”
Our region is on the path of numerous migrations. The cultural influence is similar to the tides, everyone is influencing everyone else. Certain parts of the wave were more persistent and remained longer
Acquisitions of the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade 2014-2019. Personal Histories – Common Heritage.
Contemporary museums strive to be recognized as significant parts of their communities. The proof that the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade lives and grows owing to its community lies
With 120 years of continuous work, the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade is one of the most enduring institutions of culture in Serbia. It was created in 1901
Manak’s House is a museum governed by the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade which houses and exhibits the legacy collection bequeathed by Hristifor Crnilović