Exactly 90 years ago, on April 9, 1933, the oldest Russian Cultural Centre - the Russian House in Belgrade – was opened in the then capital of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The author of the project was the Russian architect and emigrant Vasily Fyodorovich von Baumgarten. From the moment of its establishment, the Russian House became not only an educational, cultural and scientific centre of the Russian Belgrade, but also a home, the doors of which are always open to the Serbian public.
Today, the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in Belgrade respects the famous tradition and actively promotes Russian culture by realizing various projects and extremely popular events among the Belgrade audience. Thus, in 2022 alone, over 300 events were held in the Russian House!
Expert coollaboration: The Russian House — Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Belgrade
Graphic realization of the issue: Nadežda Skočajić, academic graphic designer