The Children’s Cultural Centre in Belgrade has prepared free programmes and creative workshops for children and young people spending their holidays in Belgrade.
In the Centre’s studios and classrooms, located at 8, Takovska Street, children will have the opportunity to try out their skills in numerous art workshops and more.
In addition to creative workshops, the Centre has prepared an environmental research programme that will take place in Tašmajdan Park and on the Great War Island (Veliko Ratno Ostrvo).
At Tašmajdan, children will learn about the protected trees in the park, the mammals and birds that live there, the interesting geological past of this place and the historical events that took place there. On the Great War Island, they will see a natural oasis, which, in addition to its valuable natural features, has historic and strategic importance for Belgrade. There, they will also learn how to make a herbarium and dissect insects, visit the Galijasi fish reserve and learn all about the species of birds, reptiles and mammals that live on the island.
Registration for participation in workshops and programmes is mandatory and can be done by calling the number 011/32 42 011 on weekdays, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(City Magazine, 07.07.2022)
Photo credits: Vitolda Klein
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