On the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage celebration, the EU Info Centre in Belgrade is arranging an exhibition featuring cultural heritage sites whose reconstruction has been supported by the EU through multiple projects. This collage-like exhibition named The European Year of Cultural Heritage – Greetings from Serbia had been initially mounted at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade on 9 May on the occasion of Europe Day celebration, before it was moved to EU Info Centre’s premises.
The Subotica Synagogue, the Franciscan Monastery in Bac, the Rajko’s Cave, Felix Romuliana… are just a few of the cultural heritage sites whose reconstruction and/or preservation has been financially supported by the EU.
The EU has been lending its support for culture projects through various programmes, such as cross-border cooperation programmes and the Creative Europe.
The rich cultural heritage, in all its shapes and sizes, is the topic of the 2018 campaign running throughout Europe, including Serbia. The campaign in Serbia is spearheaded and ran by the EU Delegation to Serbia, together with the EU Info Network (the EU Info Centre in Belgrade and EU Info Points in Novi Sad and Nis).