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Djelic to open “Applied Nostalgia” photographic exhibition

03. November 2011. | 07:44

Source: Emg.rs

The “Applied Nostalgia” project was initiated to promote European values in Serbia and to present Serbia in European countries.

Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Bozidar Djelic will open an “Applied Nostalgia” exhibition of photographs of Belgrade and Warsaw on 3 November at 18.00, at the Tourist Bureau gallery, Knez Mihailova 6.

Photographers Zorana Jevtic from Serbia and Kuba Stezycki from Poland, authors of the exhibition, will also be present.

The “Applied Nostalgia” project was initiated to promote European values in Serbia and to present Serbia in European countries.

The project is being carried out under the auspices of Deputy Prime Minister Djelic’s Cabinet and supported by the European Movement in Serbia, as well as the Polish embassy in Belgrade and the Serbian embassy in Poland.


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