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Art of Medieval Serbia Exhibition at the Byzantine and Christian Museum

Get to know the art of Medieval Serbia through the exhibition titled above and hosted at the Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens until August 18, 2013.

Remarkable objects, original ones and copies from the National Museum of Belgrade are parts of an exhibition that is structured in four thematic units. On display are minor art objects (11th-14th c.), double-sided icons and Sanctuary doors and also copies of murals. These copies are reproductions of wall-paintings from major medieval monuments of Serbia, such as the ones found in the monasteries of Μileševa, Sopoćani, Studenica, Gračanica and elsewhere, which reflect the values of the Byzantine artistic tradition.

These important cultural items that will eventually be displayed in the New Permanent Exhibition of the National Museum of Belgrade are presented in Greece as an ensemble for the first time, offering to the public the unique opportunity to become acquainted with the medieval culture and art of Serbia.

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27/05/2013 - 18/08/2013

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Dates: 27/05/2013 – 18/08/2013 Place: Athens. Venue: Byzantine and Christian Museum, 22, Vas. Sofias ave. Op. H.: Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00

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