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Belgrade Museum – The Alchemy of Love in History Lessons

Belgrade Museum - The Alchemy of Love in History Lessons

Belgrade Museum – The Alchemy of Love in History Lessons

Belgrade Museum: The Alchemy of Love in History Lessons

The car stopped in front of a huge building. Red-white-copper building. The sky is still thick with clouds, cold rain. He got out of the car with the rain on his head.

The door is small compared to the size of the building. I looked around, but I couldn’t find it. On the other hand there may be more doors. The building is the National Museum of Serbia.

Special conference on the occasion of 60 years anniversary of Non-Aligned Movement NAM. I am a member of the Bangladesh delegation that participated in this conference. Organized visits between conferences. This tour program is to highlight the position of Serbia in various fields including culture, tradition, education system. Tour guides, vehicles, security—all under the management of Welcome Serbia. Our team is coordinated by Milicha Krivokapich, Senior Assistant Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country. Milanka Vasiljevic, Senior Assistant Secretary of the Ministry of Culture and Media joined as a guide as he was going to the museum.

Vaseljic began to joke, sarcastically, as well as eloquent.

Who does not love to visit the museum? London’s British Museum, France’s Louvre, Madrid’s Pravo—to name a few more are popular with tourists. Millions of tourists visit these museums every year. The Hand Fan Museum in London and the Drainage Museum in Paris are created on whimsical whims. Come and see if you get a chance.’

The National Museum is located at TRG Republic Square in the city. Belgrade is easily accessible from anywhere in the city by private vehicle, various ride-sharing vehicles, public buses or metrorail. Walking is best for the active. Every country has a national museum. Founded in 1844, this museum is the largest and oldest in Serbia. Serbian writer Jovan Sterija Popović is the founder of this museum. More than 400,000 artefacts are preserved in this centuries-old museum. Which includes a huge collection of rare drawings, paintings and other interesting artefacts.

I pushed the door and entered. The middle edge is empty, up to the roof of the building. Climb the stairs to the upper floors. The National Museum of Belgrade consists of three main parts: the Fresco Gallery Museum of Vuk, the Došitaj Memorial Museum of Nadezhda and Rastko Petrović. The wounds of World War II were burning in this museum as well. Later in 1964 it was brought back to its original appearance through renovation. There are prehistoric archaeological collections associated with medieval art and culture. Contains a collection of 8th and 9th-century painters. The collection of foreign artefacts is also worth seeing.

Bengali under the feet or mustard! If you get a chance, your mind will fly. Why should I miss the opportunity to explore as much as I can when I have come across a thousand miles? Serbia is full of history and heritage. A wonderful mix of water-forest and mountains, full of beauty. My mind is so restless. I will go to new places, take pictures. What is the need to stand in one place for a long time? What can be seen and the history of the castle? After being fascinated by the architectural style, the book is so reliable to know the history. So I picked up some English-Serbian books, magazines and leaflets from the museum reception.

Rows of pictures are arranged on the white wall. These pictures spread the vibe in the entire gallery. Although many of these arranged images are not originals, but copies of the originals. There are also many films, which are not very well known, but are of high quality in terms of art. Let’s go through the pictures out of our own interest. Although I do not understand the secret meaning of many pictures. The Gallery of the French Master Collection is one of the most significant collection galleries of the National Museum. The Italian Art Collection contains over 230 works of art. This piece is the result of the creative artistic workshops of individual artists from the 14th to the 20th century.

These pictures are just abstract pictures? Is it really so? What we have is the reflection of that reality in each picture. The people seen in the pictures are part of real life events. The color and tone of each picture is different. Konota’s use of color is much more vivid, spontaneous. A faint wandering of color in some. Each side of the gallery has more impressions of each color. As blue touches the places of very personal thoughts, green inevitably becomes the main character in nature stories. Some of the pictures have rivers in them, there is an abundance of water colors. Sometimes the colors are very neat, a little dull, as if they complement each other.

A number of rooms of equal length-width on three floors. The rooms are filled with different types of paintings. Serbia is a landlocked country in Central and Southeastern Europe. Its art-literature-culture history is very old. Be it art, be it literature, be it culture—every field has a rich past. Due to its geographical location, the culture of this country has been very rich and diverse since ancient times. Vaseljic has a good understanding of this. He is cultured, liberal in thinking and mentality. Along with the tour, there is also a description of it.

Over 500 images in Dutch and Flemish collections. It includes 210 paintings and 220 graphics. There are more than 80 engravings. The National Museum in Belgrade is the first museum in the world to include a Piet Mondrian painting in its permanent exhibition. An artist portrays various forms of nature and human relations. That film has scenic beauty and dreamy atmosphere, there is a story of various tensions of mortals. From one corner of the canvas to the other, the eye has to move; Because, the small details turn the eyeballs. The artist places the people around him in the scenes seen with absolute insight. The nature of the surroundings, past, tradition, evolution of history and the process of change take place in the scratch of the artist. Looking at these, we compare with Bangladesh. In the artist’s inspiration, in the midst of abstraction, reality appears like a tiny light.

The French Art Collection has more than 250 paintings. There are over 400 graphics and drawings. Most date from the 16th to early 20th century. Contains 58 paintings and over 200 graphics from the Slomovik Collection. One of the most famous collections is the rare gold sarcophagus and mummy of the Egyptian priest Nesmin. The National Museum’s numismatic collection has more than three lakh items; Which includes various ancient coins, medals, rings, seals etc.

Private car owners will have to face the problem of parking. Because, the museum does not have its own parking. However, there are a few garages in the vicinity, where cars can be parked on payment of a fee. The museum is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Visitors can visit from 10 am to 6 pm. It is closed weekly on Mondays. The visitor has to put his hand in his pocket to enter the National Museum of Belgrade. It costs 300 Serbian dollars for one person. This increases to $500 when the museum has an exhibition. 450 Serbian dollars to visit different galleries. However, there is a special discount for groups or students.

The National Museum houses the 12th century Gospel of Miroslav, one of the most valuable and oldest relics of Serbian culture. Two monks wrote this Gospel. Cyrillic manuscripts are housed in this museum. The museum is being protected under the UNESCO program ‘Memories of the World’. Before the construction of the National Museum building, there was a tavern called ‘Dardaneles’, which was a meeting place for the cultural and artistic elite of the time.

Walk, look around. So many directions, each one a story. Showing the past of thousands of years. When we go back to Bangladesh after a few weeks, this Vaseljich will also be a forgotten memory! As I will be immersed in daily work, he will also be busy in his work. Listen to him the poem of Ravithakure:

What do you get from listening to the sound of the journey of time?

Tari Rath Nitya Udhao.

There is a heartbeat in the universe

The cry of the chest-cracked stars of chakra-crushed vessels.

oh friend

That current time

I caught him and threw his net

Picked up quickly

Two adventurers are on their way

Far from you.’

A love of love in whose face, he is a poet, a lover, a painter too. He conquered the world in poetry. Painting is also among Ravithakur’s versatile talents. When the age matured, the poet thought that painting needed angibuki. Starting from that idea, from 1924 to 1941, he painted more than two and a half thousand pictures in these few years.

Vaseljic grabbed my hand and pulled. Looked, pointed eyes. No problem, I started walking behind him. I crawled down the stairs. At one o’clock outside the museum. Tripala above, shop below. Just like our country’s tea-bidi Tong shop. A steaming cup of coffee. Ayesha’s arrangement on a rainy day. Vaseljic advises with a smile on his face, read books and learn about the museum.

Vaseljic — a spirited youth. The girl who understands love, to whom love is reality, will also fall under the veil of memories. Rabindranath of the 20th century, Dokansky’s sarcophagus of the 14th century, Milutin’s mantle of the 13th century—who remembers these famous lovers? In this life-canvas of short stories, there are many scratches of paint, hard silk paper majooni at the end of the day. Where the mind is dead, the feelings are unromantic. Sometimes Vaselzich awakens the weary heart, but that is, the effector’s role in the complex radiation of chemistry is small. As a result, cold air flows into the heart, but the rash does not last long.

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