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The Gallery of the National Bank of Serbia is hosting the exhibition “Applied Nostalgia”, which presents photographs of Belgrade and the Estonian capital of Tallinn, marking the end of this EU member state’s six-month presidency of the Union.

Serbian Minister for European Integration, Jadranka Joksimović, and EU Delegation to Serbia chief Sam Fabrizi opened the exhibition, while attendees of the opening ceremony included the ambassadors of Slovakia, the Netherlands, Portugal and Poland, as well as representatives of other embassies.

The exhibition, which includes 48 photographs by Serbian author Marko Nikolić and Estonian photographer Rait Tuulas, forms part of the project “Applied Nostalgia”, which has been continuing for a decade and with which the Ministry for European Integration strives to promote cultural cooperation between the Republic of Serbia and EU member states.

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