Wednesday, 14 June 2017 10:19 Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 June 2017 10:23

As a part of the National Museum's campaign The Museum in a Suitcase, 7a students welcomed Ivana Minic, the curator of the National Museum, for the lecture about the ancient civilization of Lepenski vir. After the short lecture about the importance of Lepenski vir, the students saw the documentary about the first archaeological works in Lepenski vir, led by the famous scientist Dragoslav Srejovic. All together, students and their guest used plasticine to create Danube, houses typical for ancient Lepenski vir area and fish-like statues. We are very grateful to the National Museum and Mrs Minic for coming to our school.