Opening date: April 9th, 2013 Ljubljana, June 26th Kopar
Catalogue editor in chief: Dragan Gačić, MA
Authors: Branka Branković, Olga Latinčić, Evica Micković
Authors of special segment: Đurđija Borovnjak, Jelena Jovanović, Tijana Kovčić, Irena Kolaj, Vladimir Mijatović, Dragana Mitrašinović, Mirjana Obradović, Isidora Stojanović
Coordinator: Slobodan Mandić
Translation into Slovenian: Bojan Cvelfar, MA
Translation into English: Hana Habjan
Graphical design: Đurđija Borovnjak
Prepress: Vladimir Mijatović
Multimedial presentation: Bojan Kocev, Jelena Nikolić
Opened by: Zoran Janković, the Mayor of the City of Ljubljana, Daniel Cep, the Deputy Mayor of Koper
In a cooperation between Historical Archives of Ljubljana and Historical Archives of Belgrade has been opened an exhibition Belgrade through the centuries /IX – XX century/ on April 9th, in the City Assembly in Ljubljana.
The exhibition represents changed and renewed permanent standing of the Historical Archives of Belgrade Belgrade through the centuries /IX – XX century/. The history of Belgrade is presented on 46 panels within 15 thematic units, based on the records kept in the Archives. The standing gives the visitors possibility to acknowledge and research the history of the city so its identity built on symbolic interweaving of different civilizations.
Special segment of the standing Slovenes in Belgrade, exhibited on 15 panels, revives historical connections of Slovene and Serbian people through the centuries. The exhibition is followed by 3 short movie inset treating Belgrade past.
The event will be open for the visitors until May 12th, 2013 and after presented as guest exhibition in Maribor and Kopar, during the year.
This manifestation represents important cultural event enriching the connections between two capital cities of Slovenia and Serbia, confirmed before with the Cooperation letter on fraternization of Belgrade and Ljubljana signed on November 24th, 2010.
On occasion of the International Archives Day, June 9th, download of the digital catalogue (in Serbian) of the exibition became available.
Opening in Ljubljana
Opening in Kopar
Opening in Maribor