European Heritage Days

CENTRAL EVENT "EUROPEAN HERITAGE DAYS"




Author project director of the Museum in Prijepolje Slavoljub Pusica, on the occasion of the central event "European Heritage Days" in 2009. It included the organization of important exhibitions: National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, the Museum of the Republic of Serbian in Banja Luka, the National Museum of Montenegro in Cetinje, exhibition of photographs by UNESCO sites in South East Europe, the Austrian Cultural Forum in Belgrade, an exhibition of ancient archaeological materials of the Museum in which these represent the Republic of Srpska on the occasion of the exhibition of the oldest photos of Prijepolje and the Catholic Church from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, set in the Catholic Church in Prijepolje.

The central event "European Heritage Days" in Serbia was held from 11th to 13th September 2009 with the participation of national museums of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia, ministers of culture of these countries, the Ambassador of five European countries and a significant number of public and cultural workers from Zagreb, Banja Luka, Sarajevo, Podgorica, Cetinje, Belgrade, Nis and other Serbian cities. The representatives of electronic and print media in a significant number tracked and reported on this great cultural event. As part of the high officials organized a visit to the monastery of miles, the mosque, the monument "4th december" and the Catholic Church.

On the occasion of this event is representative printed catalog, which testifies to a great cultural project in which they were first together participated Central Museum of neighboring countries, which have a tradition and a big collection of admiration not only in the Western Balkans, but also in Europe.

For the first time in Serbian museology and the Western Balkans, in a museum in one night than a half dozen exhibitions, which caused particular public attention.

Electronic and print media on television shows and magazines reported on the public of this great cultural event, assessing him as a first-class cultural event that is "a small museum" and "a small town" brought together so many prominent museums and personalities.

All financial costs for organizing this event, as well as print catalogs, entirely financed by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia.