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VISITING CHURCH IN VALMONT, SAINT AVOLD

On October 29, 2017, on the occasion of St. Petka`s celebration in the Orthodox Church in Saint Avold, Valmont, Orthodox priest father Petar Lukic and the French Orthodox priest Archimandrite Ilarion held a service dedicated to this Saint, as well as the peace and progress of all the Christians.

During the visit, the Consul met with the history of the establishment of this church, marking the 51 st anniversary of the existence, which was built by the citizens themselves, originating from Republic of Serbia and Republic of Srpska, as an expression of the need for a spiritual center and a gathering place far away from native country. Discussions which have alredy begun on the need to organize Serbian supplementary school in this place after collecting the exact number of interested children, have been continued.

By her visit, the Consul gave full support to the life and work of these people and to any assistance needed in resolving all consular issues of these citizens which are in her jurisdiction area.


CELEBRATION OF THE CHURCH SLAVA ST. PETKA IN LOUGRES, MONTBEILARD

 

Consul - Head of the Consulate, Mrs. Andjelka Simsic, has visited the Church in the town Lougres, Montbeilard, on the occasion of the event of the Churchs Slava Saint Petka, on the 22 October 2017, where the priest of the Christian Orthodox Church, Petar Lukic, introduced her to the lives of Christian orthodox people in this part of the French region Alsace.

After the church service, which was dedicated to Saint Petka (Parascheva) and the prayer for the peace and progress of all Christians, the regular supplementary education teacher of the Serbian language, Snezana Miletic, introduced the pupils of the Serbian supplementary school of this region, who first sang the hymn of serbia, and then realized a program devoted to the occasion.

Through her visit, the Consul gave her full support to the life and work of these people, as well as necessary assistance in resolving all consular issues of these citizens which are in her jurisdiction area.

On Sunday, October 29, 2017, the Consul is scheduled to attend the churchs celebration in honor of Saint Parascheva at SAINT Avold, Valmont, where the Serbian church existis for more than 50 years.


PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL TWO-PHASE OPEN COMPETITION FOR THE DESIGN OF A CONCEPTUAL SOLUTION FOR THE ZORAN DJINDJIĆ MEMORIAL AT THE STUDENTS SQUARE IN BELGRADE

BELGRADE CITY ADMINISTRATION

Secretariat for Culture

Belgrade, Trg republike 3

announces

 

PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL TWO-PHASE OPEN COMPETITION FOR THE DESIGN OF A CONCEPTUAL SOLUTION FOR THE ZORAN DJINDJIĆ MEMORIAL AT THE STUDENTS  SQUARE IN BELGRADE

 

Competition organizer:

City of Belgrade - Belgrade City Administration, Secretariat for Culture.

 

Competition Purpose:

The aim of the competition is to obtain the best quality conceptual solution for the Zoran Djindjić Memorial at the Students Square in Belgrade.

The meaning of the artistic and program solution is to create a dignified memiry of Zoran Djindjić, his life, work and social and historical changes he initiated in Serbia, as well as of his tragic death at the entrance to the building of the Government of the Republic of Serbia on March 12, 2003.

The space for wich this memorial should be designed is a part of the reconstructed Students Square which is to be transformed into a pedestrian zone, according to the project design made by architect Boris Podrecca.

The memorial is expected to be designed in the tone of contemporary visual art.

Type of Competition:

As for the type, the competition is public.

As for the participants, the competition is open.

As for the form, the competition has two phases.

As for the manner and design submission, the competition is anonymous.

Language of the competition for local participants shall be Serbian, and for foreign participants English.

 

Documentation:

Competition participants may download the competition material free of charge at the web-portal of the City of Belgrade (http://www.beograd.rs) and Association of Belgrade Architects (http://www.dab.rs/) starting as March 30, 2017.

Term:

The final deadline for submission of designs in the first phase of the competition is June 15, 2017, till 3 p.m., irrespective of the manner of design submission (direct submission or by mail).

Deadline for the completion of the jury work and publication of the first phase results is June 30, 2017. The final deadline for submission of the design in the second phase of the competition is September 28, 2017, till 3 p.m., irrespective of the manner of design submission (direct submission or by mail).

Deadline for the completion of the jury work and publication of the second phase of the competition is October 16, 2017.

Prize fund:

If minimum 10 designs are submitted by the end of the defined deadline, which meet the propositionsof of the competition for the second phase, 6 (six) designs will be selected.

Prizes at the total amount of the net prize fund of 19.000 euros shall be granted in the following order:

-First prize 8.000 euros,

-Second prize 5.000 euros,

-Third prize 3.000 euros,

and three equally valuable purchases of 1.000 euros each.

Prize purchase payments for designs whose authors are residents of the Republic of Serbia shall be paid in dinar equivalent.

The design is awarded the first prize shall be selected for realisation.


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