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Chronology of Belgrade City Museum

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  • Samuilo Stefanović offered his collection for sale to the Belgrade Municipality

  • The first collection acquisitions for the Municipal Museum

  • The establishment of the Museum

  • The letter in which the Belgrade Mayor Ljuba Davidović (Čika Ljuba) urged the municipal authorities to house the Municipal Museum in the Residence of Princess Ljubica

    The Decision of the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom of Serbia to put the Residence of Princess Ljubica at the disposal of the Municipal Museum

    A book was published in which the Residence of Princess Ljubica is identified in the image legend as the Museum of the City of Belgrade (Muzej varoši Beograd)

  • The Museum and the Library operated as a single institution

    The management of the Museum was entrusted to Marija Ilić Agapova

    The activities of the Museum at the premises of the Municipality in No. 1 Uzun Mirkova Street

  • The Museum was moved into new premises in No. 26 Kralja Petra Street

    Belgrade Mayor Milan Nešić gave to the Museum a collection of original photos by I. V. Groman as a present

  • The first topical exhibitions

    Đorđe Weifert's present to the Museum

  • Another temporary dislocation of the Museum

    New permanent exhibition

  • The first one-artist exhibition at the Museum: A. Balaž, Belgrade through Images

  • The Museum working as a separate institution

    The establishment of the Cultural Centre (Dom kulture)

    Visit of Princess Olga

  • Dr. Miodrag Grbić, the first acting Director of the City Museum

    Devastation of the Museum in World War II

  • The Art Pavilion at Kalemegdan was incorporated into the City Museum

  • Allied Forces bombing raids

  • The Museum Commission for the Assessment of Damage made in World War II

    The new name of the Museum and the first post-war permanent exhibition

  • The first archaeological excavations

  • The expropriation of museum objects during and after the war

  • The Museum's Specialized Library as a separate department

    The Museum of Illegal Partisan Printing-Houses became a part of the Belgrade

    The Fourth of July Museum became a part of the Belgrade City Museum

  • The Legacy of Paja Jovanović became a part of the Belgrade City Museum

  • Journal Godišnjak Muzeja Grada Beograda (Annual of the Belgrade City Museum) was published; the name of the journal was subsequently changed to Godišnjak Grada Beograda (Annual of the City of Belgrade)

    The announcement of the competition for the project of a new museum building

  • The last three exhibitions at the Museum's premises at No. 1 Zmaj Jovina Street

  • The Museum of Toma Rosandić was open to public

  • In the Register of the Trade Court in Belgrade, October 15, 1903, was recorded as the founding date of the Belgrade City Museum

    The Memorial Museum of Jovan Cvijić was established

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    Forum of Belgrade's History Amateurs

     

  • The exhibition Belgrade in the 19th Century was set up at the Old Royal Court

  • The Zemun National Museum was integrated into the Belgrade City Museum

    The decision to house the City Museum in the Old Royal Court

    The Documentation Centre was formed

    The Memorial Museum of Jovan Cvijić was opened to public

  • Activities of the Museum at Manak's House

  • The Museum of the Banjica Concentration Camp was established

    Petar Popović bequeathed his collection the Belgrade City Museum

  • The Department of Public Relations, Publishing and Education was established; the Museum's logo was created

    The Museum of Paja Jovanović was opened to public

    The Legacy of Pava and Milan Sekulić was opened to public

  • The visiting exhibition Belgrade: Past, Present and Future within Belgrade's Week

  • Trans-national cooperation with the Historical Museum of Warsaw

  • A new competition for the project of the building of the Belgrade City Museum

    The Memorial Museum of Ivo Andrić was opened to public

  • Конак кнегиње Љубице је у саставу Музеја

  • Легат Паве и Милана Секулића улази у састав Музеја града Београда

  • Музеј Младеновца је у саставу Музеја града Београда

  • "Merciful Angel"

  • The Legacy of Pava and Milan Sekulić was opened to public

  • The Celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Belgrade City Museum

    The Publishing of a representative illustrated monograph of the Belgrade City Museum

  • The building of the New Military Academy at No. 40b Resavska Street was allocated to the Belgrade City Museum

  • The Belgrade City Assembly excluded the bequests of Veljko Petrović, Nedeljko Gvozdenović and Risto Stijović from the Belgrade City Museum

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