Opening date: April 17th, 2014
Opening ceremony: Mr Vladan Vukosavljević, the Secretary of Secreteriat of Culture of the City of Belgrade
The team of authors engaged with the realisation of the project (pdf)

The exhibition has been realised under support of UNESCO, in organisation of the International Foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures (FSC) in a cooperation with city, regional and state archives of all 13 capitals of Slavic countries.

Mr Dragan Gačić, the Acting director of the Historical Archives of Belgrade participated in the Council implementation of the project, with Mr Andreja Rihter, the president of the FSC on the head. The standing, which included participation of state and city archives of Slavic countires, represented through the records historical development and sights of the capitals: Belgrade (Republic of Serbia), Bratislava (Repuplic of Slovakia), Cetinje (Republic of Montenegro), Kiev (Ukraine), Ljubljana (Republic of Slovenia), Minsk (Republic of Belorusia), Moscow (Russian federation), Prague (Czech Republic), Sarajevo (Republic of Bosnia and Herzegowina), Skoplje (Republic of Macedonia), Sofia (Republic of Bulgaria), Warsaw (Republic of Poland) and Zagreb (Republic of Croatia).

Every capital was represented on four panels, one introductory and three panels including records kept as cultural heritage in city and national archives, previously mentioned.

The exhibition, as mutual project of capital archives of Slavic countries, under support of UNESCO, was opened in Paris on May 6th, 2013. Opening ceremony attended Mrs Irina Bokova, the Director of UNESCO and Mr David Leitch, the Secretay General of the International Council on Archives (ICA), opened the standing.
After the ceremony, the standing guested in the City of Zagreb, Cetinje and Skoplje with a goal to continue to travel to the countries participants in the project.

The Historical Archives of Belgrade had a pleasure to open the exhibition within the Manifestation „Days of Belgrade" 2014. It is a special occasion to represent the history of capitals of the Slavic countries through the records and to arrange international cultural event of importance, also.
The exhibition is opened for the visitors until May 17th, 2014, every day, except Sunday and Monday, from 10am until 5pm.