Visits Golubac (3 to 4 October 2015)

On the 3rd and 4th of October 2015., members of the RTC Belgrade Dedinje visited the Golubac settlement and the medieval fortress Golubacki Grad, the cultural monument very important to our country, which is settled on the right coast of the river Danube, at the entrance to the Djerdap gorge.The Republic of Serbia got financial aid from the European Union’s IPA funds to reconstruct the fortress in Golubac which shows that this monument has the special place in the cultural heritage of this region. The draft project of the reconstruction of the fortress was made by Marina Jovin, while the expert consultants on the project are Sinisa Temerinski and archeologist Miomir Korac, PhD, director of the Archeological Institute in Belgrade and director of the archeological site ‘Viminacijum’.

The members of the RTC Belgrade Dedinje also visited the ‘Viminacijum’, the archeological site near the Old Kostolac, where was Roman military camp established between the 1st and 5th century AC. There was also the capital city of the Roman province Upper Moesia, which covered the largest part of Serbia, north Macedonia, and the part of the northwest Bulgaria.

The purpose of this trip was to visit the significant monuments and to introduce our members to the historical events in the Branicevo county, which had left a mark in Serbian history.

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