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Sekulic Icon Collection
Sekulic Icon Collection
Description

An authentic interior from the nineteen-twenties, the home of the collectors Pava and Milan Sekulić, houses the permanent exhibit of icons created during the past 500 years on the Balkans, in Italy and Russia.
This unusual and valuable collection contains 165 Serb, Italo-Cretian, Greek and Russian icons, handmade in accordance with canons from the lives of saints.
Portraits by Pavel Đurković, Konstantin Danilo and Arsenije Teodorović, as well as religious compositions by Stevan Aleksić, Jovan Kljajić and others represent 19th century painting, while 20th century painting is represented with landscapes by Jovan Bijelić, Marko Čelebonović and Ignjat Job.
Group visits are available also on other days during the week if booked in advance by phone +381 11 32 83 504
Address: Uzun Mirkova 5/1
Open: Tuesdays 10-18h, Saturdays 12-20h, Sundays 10-14h
Group visits are available also on other days during the week if booked in advance by phone +381 11 32 83 504
www.mgb.org.rs

Info
Address
Uzun Mirkova
Contact
+381 11 18 29 61 +381 11 26 30 825
Opening Hours

 Tuesday-10.00 - 16.00
Saturday-10.00 - 16.00

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