On this day, exactly 82 years ago, Belgrade Fair had opened its gates, thus paving the way to regional trade from the capital. At today's Staro sajmište, the first fair event was held, which was a phenomenon within the European framework, well received by local and international participants and visitors. Ever since then, Belgrade Fair has changed its location, expanded its infrastructure, enhanced its services
The International Belgrade Book Fair successfully presented itself at the 32nd International Book Fair in Moscow. Cultural cooperation between Moscow and Belgrade, the history of Belgrade Fair, and mutual literary translation was discussed on stage 3 at Moscow Fair. A special stress was laid on the program of the 64th International Book Fair, and its visual identity and content presented.
In front of the overfull exhibiting space of this year’s Guest of Honor of the 63rd International Belgrade Book Fair, the Kingdom of Morocco, the largest cultural event in the region has been festively opened this evening under the slogan “The Joy of Reading”.
The Delegation of the City of Belgrade and Belgrade Book Fair presented at 31st Moscow International Book Fair the forthcoming Belgrade Book Fair, the most important literary and cultural events of Belgrade, the cultural and tourism potential of Belgrade, as well as the importance of Belgrade Book Fair and Belgrade Fair events in the establishing of economic, cultural and political relations between Serbia and Russian
All halls at the forthcoming 63rd International Belgrade Book Fair will be available also for disabled persons, is the decision taken at a recently held meeting by Zoran Đorđević, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy and Danka Selić, Belgrade Fair CEO.