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Narodno pozorište u Beogradu - National Theatre in Belgrade

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April 25, 2020
On Republic Square the National Theatre is somewhere to go for a feast of high culture at a very affordable price. The venue opened in 1869, and has come through war damage and a few architectural updates to remain an esteemed beacon of Serbian culture. During the day you can go on a backstage tour…
November 28, 2019
National theatre with a long tradition.
July 31, 2018
In 1868, when the National Theater in Belgrade was founded, Serbia barely had over a million and two hundred thousand inhabitants. The entire Serbian education had 423 male and 54 female "teachers" of female elementary schools. Belgrade has just passed a figure of 25,000 residents living in 3,444…
June 24, 2018
Has regular showings of the classic pieces and some Serbian plays.
June 22, 2018
National Theatre in Belgrade.

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