His Holiness the Archbishop of Peć, Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovac and Serbian Patriarch Mr. Irinej died in Belgrade on Friday, November 20, at the age of 91, from the consequences of the Coronavirus.
As the epidemiological situation in the Republic of Serbia has not improved, the council of the Belgrade Book Fair estimated that there are no conditions for the realization of the event in the planned December term.
The awards at the 64th International Belgrade Book Fair were officially presented in filled to the brim “Ivo Andrić” hall, which unfortunately could not accommodate all those interested in attending the event.
At exactly 18:00 on Sunday 20 October 2019 fanfare marked the beginning of the 64th Belgrade International Book Fair, the most representative and by far the most visited literary and cultural event in this part of Europe. This year, the country’s guest of honor
The 64th Belgrade Book Fair followed by around 500 exhibitors is set to take place between 20 and 27 October at Belgrade Fair under the slogan “Letter-Head”. Mr. Milovan Vitezovic, a famous Serbian writer and the president of the Association of Writers of Serbia
On this day, exactly 82 years ago, Belgrade Fair had opened its gates, thus paving the way to regional trade from the capital.
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