Sitemap

Stefan Nemanja Seal Presented

CorD Recommends

Serbian Red Cross Launches Pioneering Migration Platform

Responding to a significant increase in migrant...

Ghana to Open Embassy in Belgrade

Ghana is set to open an embassy...

Maserati’s Balkan Expansion: New Showroom Opens in Belgrade

Delta Auto Group has unveiled an exclusive...

Serbia Charts the Course to Smart Cities with Kragujevac Leading the Way

In a significant development for urban planning...

HDZ Claims Victory in Croatian Elections but Lacks Majority

The Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), the country's ruling party, emerged as the winner in Wednesday's parliamentary elections. Despite their...

Milšped Group Launches Direct Rail Line Between China and Serbia

Milšped Group, a leader in regional transportation and logistics, has announced a new partnership with Shijiazhuang International Land Port...

Miroslav Lajčak Appointed New EU Ambassador to Switzerland

Miroslav Lajčak, formerly the Special Representative for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, has been appointed as the new EU Ambassador to...

French Embassy and Institute in Serbia Launch ‘Rhythm of French Culture’ Event Series

The French Embassy and the French Institute in Serbia are organising an event called Rhythm of French Culture. This year,...

Albania to Utilize Drones in Anti-Cannabis Campaign

Albania is set to enhance its anti-cannabis efforts by deploying advanced drone technology, announced Interior Minister Taulant Bala. Starting...

The History Museum of Serbia presented the Seal of Stefan Nemanja, which was recently auctioned abroad and due to the quick action was bought by the museum.

The director of the museum, Dušica Bojić, announced that the Seal was bought for 12,000 euros, and noted that the value of this artifact is small compared to what it represents for Serbia.

The seal, which dates back to the second half of the 12th century, was bought after an agreement reached by the Historical Museum with the heads of the auction house “Artemide Aste” from San Marino and the previous owner.

“The initial price was 1,000 euros with more than 70 auctioneers biddng for it. When the price reached 8,000 euros, further bidding was stopped with the intervention of the Museum. Thanks to the agreement between the representatives of the auction house, the Greek owner and the museum, the agreement was reached and the Seal returned to where it belongs,” said Bojić.

Read more...

The History Museum Of Serbia Bought Stefan Nemanja’s Seal At An Auction

The seal of the great prefect Stefan Nemanja, the progenitor of the Nemanjić dynasty, was bought at an auction by the History Museum of...

Bisera Veletanlić, Solo Vocalist, Jazz Singer

Everything She Touches Turns To Art

She possesses one of the most priceless voices that Yugoslav music ever had, and has. Her life and worldview are the result of the...

The installation of the new exhibit of the History Museum, the Seal of Stefan Nemanja, is planned for the summer, with a special display planned.

Foto: Sava Radovanović / Tanjug

Related Articles

French Embassy and Institute in Serbia Launch ‘Rhythm of French Culture’ Event Series

The French Embassy and the French Institute in Serbia are organising an event called Rhythm of French Culture. This year, as Paris hosts the Olympic...

Crypto12 Hosts Buzzing Crypto Conference

The "Crypto Potential in Serbia 2024" conference has significantly exceeded expectations, drawing a crowd of 270 participants—far above the anticipated 200.  Held in Belgrade, this...

Serbian Red Cross Launches Pioneering Migration Platform

Responding to a significant increase in migrant numbers, the Serbian Red Cross has unveiled a cutting-edge digital platform, earning accolades as the premier digital...

Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary Merge Power Exchanges in Energy Pact

In a significant move to streamline and enhance energy trading in the region, Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary have unified their electric power exchanges. This...

Strategic Energy Partnership Established Between Serbia and France

The Serbian Government adopted a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Serbia and French Electric Power Company (EDF), on establishing a framework for...

Free Access to the Western Balkan Labour Market

Little Guys Support Each Other

Creating a single labour market in the framework of the Open Balkan initiative is useful, but also has limited scope. It will contribute to...

By Ivan Nikolić, editor of monthly publication MAT

The Secret of Serbia’s Success

Production of higher technological quality is a key means and catalyst for Serbia’s economic resilience against external shocks and a result of the successful...

Comment

Balancing Progress and EU Alignment

Serbia’s digital transformation, which has been spearheaded by Ana Brnabić, has achieved remarkable progress, but still requires swift harmonisation with EU regulations to ensure...