Initiator of SEE Heritage about endangered heritage in Serbia

Old postcard from Belgrade, Serbia
Old postcard from Belgrade, Serbia. Image: Wikimedia CC0

In an interview, one of the initiators of SEE Heritage, Professor Irina Subotic, talks about endangered heritage in South East Europe. In particular, she evaluates the renovations of the Sava Square, the Old Railway Station and the Old Post Office in Belgrade, Serbia.

Asked if these renovations preserve the authenticity of these buildings, Irana Subotic answers: “Belgrade’s ambience is being consciously disturbed with the intention of fundamentally changing the city and leaving traces only of what marks the current government. Where is the place for professional reasoning? Have the experts been asked at all?”

Read the full interview on the SEE Heritage website. On this website, you will find more information about the network and its members too.

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