Kultura - Istorijski muzej / Culture - Historical Museum
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Otvoren Istorijski muzej Srbije

Predsednik SrbijeObnovljen Istorijski muzej Srbije je 12. aprila svečano otvorio predsednik Srbije Tomislav Nikolić. Zvanice, među kojima su bili patrijarh Irinej, brojni kulturni poslenici i predstavnici diplomatskog kora, imale su priliku da pogledaju više od 400 predmeta u postavci „Karađorđevići i Obrenovići u zbirkama Istorijskog muzeja Srbije".

Nakon završetka prve faze rekonstrukcije, Istorijski muzej Srbije otvorio je za javnost izložbeni prostor od oko 1.500 kvadratnih metara. Sledeće godine biće privedena kraju i druga faza rekonstrukcije, čime će celokupan prostor Muzeja biti stavljen u funkciju. U okviru izložbe „Karađorđevići i Obrenovići u zbirkama Istorijskog muzeja Srbije", izloženi su vrlo vredni eksponati. Među njima se, posebnim umetničkim kvalitetom i istorijskim značajem, izdvajaju kraljevske insignije Petra I Karađorđevića, voždov jatagan sa raskošnim ornamentima, sablja Aleksandra Obrenovića i nakit porodice Obrenović. Izložba će biti otvorena svakog dana osim ponedeljka, do septembra meseca, a tokom njenog trajanja će, za zainteresovane posetioce, biti organizovana svakodnevna stručna vođenja kroz postavku.

„Zadatak Istorijskog muzeja je da čuva sećanje naroda, što moramo da činimo bez obzira na iskušenja sveopšte globalizacije i pokušaja brisanja svih narodnih baština i osobina. To ne znači da srpsko društvo nije otvoreno za najbolje uticaje savremenog sveta, ali mi uvek moramo da znamo ko smo“, rekao je Nikolić.

Prema njegovim rečima, nedostatak sredstava ne može da bude opravdanje za neodgovoran odnos prema istoriji, i zbog toga Narodni muzej, kao i muzeji širom Srbije, moraju biti što pre obnovljeni kako se ne bi dozvolilo brisanje i iskorenjivanje kolektivnog sećanja i istorije.

„Stvarnog napretka Srbije neće biti sve dok ne budemo uspeli da u duhovni, javni, kulturni i privredni život uključimo sve najbolje što Srbija ima i da stvorimo uslove za demokratski i uspešan razvoj društva i države”, zaključio je predsednik Srbije.

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The Historical Museum of Serbia renovated

The renovated Historical Museum of Serbia was officially opened on 12 April by the President of Serbia, Tomislav Nikolic. The guests, among which were the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Irenaeus, as well as many cultural workers and members of the diplomatic corps, had the opportunity to see more than 400 items in the exhibition named ''The dynasties Karadjordjevic and Obrenovic in the collections of the Historical Museum of Serbia".

After completion of the first phase of reconstruction, the Historical Museum of Serbia was opened to the public in an exhibition area of about 1,500 square meters. Next year, the second phase of reconstruction will come to its end. Thus the entire museum space will be put into use. The exhibition "The dynasties Karadjordjevic and Obrenovic in the collections of the Historical Museum of Serbia" presents very valuable exhibits. The ones which distinguish themselves among other exhibits, by their artistic quality and historical significance, are the royal insignia of Peter I Karadjordjevic; the Duke Karadjordje's lavishly ornamented yataghan; the saber of Aleksandar Obrenovic, and jewelry of the Obrenovic family. The exhibition will be open every day except Monday, until September. During this period there will be daily guided tours of the setting for interested visitors.

"The task of the Historical Museum is to preserve the memory of this people, which we must do regardless of temptation of general globalization or attempts to delete all the folk heritage and characteristcs. This does not mean that the Serbian society is not open to the best influences of the modern world, but that we still need to know who we are, "Nikolic said.

According to him, the lack of funds can not be an excuse for an irresponsible attitude towards history. For that reason the National Museum, as well as museums all over Serbia, must be restored as soon as possible, so as not to allow for the collective memory and history to be rooted out or deleted.

"There will be no real progress for Serbia until we have managed to incorporate all the best that Serbia has into its spiritual, civil, cultural and economic life, in order to create conditions for democratic and successful development of both society and the state," concluded the President of Serbia.

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