Belgrade, December 23, 2013
An exhibition titled “Christianity in Belgrade – a heritage and a tradition” opened at Belgrade’s Kalemegdan on Monday.
Fifteen panels and 45 prints will display the history of Christianity in the Belgrade area, from the first representations of Christianity and mediaeval history to modern times.
On display there will be representations of artefacts, items of personal piety, spiritual items and locations of remains of Christian temples.
The exhibition, funded by the Serbian Ministry of Culture and Information, is organised by the public enterprise Belgrade Fortress, in collaboration with the National Museum in Belgrade, the Belgrade City Museum and the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church.