After 15 years the National Museum in Belgrade was opened
The National Museum of Serbia was opened last night in Belgrade after 15 years of reconstruction, and many cultural officials, state officials, representatives of the diplomatic corps and religious communities attended the opening.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said that Serbia is a society that values creativity and creativity and that investing in the National Museum is not the end of the Serbian government’s investment in culture. The Prime Minister said that Serbia will again become the center of the art world and that everyone should be proud of “returning culture to focus”.
This is a good news for tourists but for local citizens, as well.