On May 26, 2017, the representatives of the Public Utility Company „Grosuplje“ from Slovenia visited the Public Utility Company Funeral Services. The visit was organized by the City of Belgrade Secretariat for Defense, Emergency Situations, Communications and Coordination of Public Relations. PUC “Funeral Services”, Dragan Baltovski greeted the guests in terms of short introduction, which was followed by the tour of the New Cemetery guided by art historian Violeta Obrenović.
The New Cemetery of Belgrade had opened its gates for the fifth time for the visitors on the occasion of the Museum Night. Within this year’s 14th Museum Night, entitled “Big and small revolutions”, the visitors to the New Cemetery had an opportunity to remember significant military commanders, statesmen, authors, scientists, actors and other creative individuals who participated in building of our culture and forming of the spirit.
On May 17, 2017, a Centenary of Field Marshal Rаdоmir Putnik death was commemorated at the New Cemetery of Belgrade, with full military and state honors and laying wreaths at the Field Marshal Putnik Burial Chapel at the New Cemetery central lane.
Radomir Putnik, the first Serbian high-ranking officer holding the rank of Field Marshal,
A soil nugget was symbolically extracted yesterday, from the specific spot at Memorial Cemetery of Belgrade Liberators where the remains of Belarus soldiers killed in the course of the “Belgrade of Operation“ (1944) were buried. The nugget will be placed in a special capsule, dispatched to Belarus and laid in the All Saints Memorial Church in Minsk.
The last of the guided tours of the New Cemetery within the spring cycle of the thematic walks through this cultural heritage site of great importance for the Republic of Serbia was organized on June 4, 2017. This thematic walk entitled „Through the Alleys of the New Cemetery” comprised the tour of the main alleys,
In the course of this, 14th Museum Night, to be held on May 20, 2017, the visitors of the New Cemetery will have an opportunity to remember significant military commanders, statesmen, authors, scientists, actors and other creative individuals who participated in building of our culture and forming of the spirit. Different periods of their lives and work enabled the visitors to see their greatness within the time they lived and worked in a different light.
The Victory against Fascism in the WWII, was commemorated in Belgrade by laying wreaths and honoring the fallen heroes at the Memorial Cemetery of Belgrade Liberators (1944). The wreaths were laid by Minister of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs Aleksandar Vulin, Mayor of Belgrade Siniša Mali, representatives of the Defense Ministry and Serbian Armed Forces,