Lecture series at the Ilija Kolarac Foundation (Belgrade) — April 15, 22 & 29, 2015

The Ilija Kolarac Foundation in Belgrade is hosting a lecture series on the “Protection, revitalization, and presentation of medieval fortified towns in Serbia.” All three lectures of the series will be given by Dr. Marko Nikolić of the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade.
The lecture schedule:

  1. MEDIEVAL FORTIFIED TOWNS IN SERBIA – TYPOLOGY, ELEMENTS OF FORTIFICATIONS AND CHARACTERISTIC EXAMPLES (Wednesday, April 15th, Small Hall at 18:00)
  2. PROTECTION AND PRESENTATION – CHARACTERISTIC EXAMPLES OF MEDIEVAL FORTIFIED TOWNS IN SERBIA (Wednesday, April 22th, Small Hall at 18:00)
  3. IMPROVING ACCESS TO PROTECTION, REVITALIZATION AND PRESENTATION OF MEDIEVAL FORTIFIED TOWNS IN SERBIA (Wednesday, April 29th, Small Hall at 18:00)

See also:
http://www.arh.bg.ac.rs/2015/04/09/autorski-ciklus-predavanja-zastita-revitalizacija-i-prezentacija-srednjovekovnih-utvrdjenih-gradova-u-srbiji/
http://www.kolarac.rs/en/predavanja/667-cycle-the-protection-revitalisation-and-presentation-of-medieval-fortified-towns-in-serbia

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