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Communist tour

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Communism is an ideology that seeks to establish a classless, state-of-the-art society based on the common ownership of the means of production. “We were a communist state between 1945 and 1991, as well as a good part of the world, and it turned out that this system can not function, it is unjust, it is not democratic, it is totalitarian, that it is past, it is dead. ” You can hear this, or similar, sentence or some part of it in all parts of our country, as well as across all former “communist” countries. despite the popular belief, not one of the “communist” states was communist or ever claimed.

The League of Communists of Yugoslavia until 1952 The Communist Party of Yugoslavia was a Communist party of the Bolshevik type in Yugoslavia. The party was founded in 1919 in Belgrade called the Socialist Workers Party of Yugoslavia (Communists). After the initial success in the 1920 elections, the Royal Government banned it and it remained an illegal revolutionary organization until the beginning of the Second World War in 1941.

We will focus our journey on the obstruction of sites that were of great importance for this part of Serbian history.

All day
Belgrade region
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  • Departure Time
    10:00
  • Return Time
    16:00
  • Included
    Transport
    Tickets
  • Not Included
    Individual costs

Tour plan

1

Meeting at the 9h at agreed place

Gathering the group at 9 am at the agreed place, where you will be welcomed by our licensed travel guide.

 

2

Dedinje

We start the tour by driving through Dedinje, a hugely popular settlement of Belgrade. It is one of the most beautiful and humble settlements; the expansion of the settlement began after the First World War, and more intensively with the construction of the Karadjordjevic family’s kinship families, 1924-1936.

3

House of Flowers, Museum of Yugoslav History

One of the most important buildings of the former Yugoslavia is here, the place where Josip Broz Tito – the Flower House is buried. Here we continue to visit the Museum of Yugoslavia dedicated to the preservation of documents, objects and heritage of the former Yugoslavia; innovative approach to unique collections and preserved testimonies about Yugoslavia, visitors are offered authentic insights, insights and experiences through exhibiting, educational and interactive programs. After completing the tour of the museum, we continue to New Belgrade, passing by the Belgrade Fair. The first fair complex was built in 1937. in the area today known as the Old Fairground. Numerous exhibitions were held over the next two years, in order for the Second World War to interrupt the activities of the fair, and the complex turned into a Nazi concentration camp in which the massive pogrom of the Jews was carried out. By entering Novi Beograd we continue to the building of the former Central Committee. Today’s building of the business center “Usce” was built in 1964 and it was the headquarters of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia. The journey continues with a ride to the Palace of Serbia. Known as the name of the Federal Executive Council building (SIV) today is strictly closed to the public; its history shows the complexity of political, social, cultural and artistic events in Yugoslavia in the period from 1947 to 1962. It’s the most beautiful part of the palace the entrior of the building consists of 6 showrooms, symbolically represented by 6 Yugoslav republics – Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia and Montenegro. Traveling through history we continue our journey by the Western Gate of Belgrade or the “Geneks Tower”. It represented a symbol of the development of the capital and the seat of the most successful Yugoslav firm, as well as the hub of the then business and political world. There are two concrete towers connected by a bridge on the 26th floor and a rotating restaurant on a circular top. The name “Western Gate of Belgrade” was given to him for the position with which he welcomed the passengers who come from the Belgrade airport. We end our tour by passing by the monument or obelisk non-aligned. It is located at the beginning of Branko’s Bridge, and it was erected in memory of the first conference of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries, 1961. in Belgrade.

Program duration around 4h (depending on the size of the group and the pace of movement per city).

Within the excursion included a ticket to the Museum of Yugoslavia, transport and tourist guide services.

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Belgrade Fair

New Belgrade, passing by the Belgrade Fair. The first fair complex was built in 1937. in the area today known as the Old Fairground. Numerous exhibitions were held over the next two years, in order for the Second World War to interrupt the activities of the fair, and the complex turned into a Nazi concentration camp in which the massive pogrom of the Jews was carried out.

5

Building of Central Committee

By entering Novi Beograd we continue to the building of the former Central Committee. Today’s building of the business center “Usce” was built in 1964 and it was the headquarters of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia.

6

Palace of Serbia

The journey continues with a ride to the Palace of Serbia. Known as the name of the Federal Executive Council building (SIV) today is strictly closed to the public; its history shows the complexity of political, social, cultural and artistic events in Yugoslavia in the period from 1947 to 1962. It’s the most beautiful part of the palace the entrior of the building consists of 6 showrooms, symbolically represented by 6 Yugoslav republics – Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia and Montenegro.

7

Genex Tower

Traveling through history we continue our journey by the Western Gate of Belgrade or the “Geneks Tower”. It represented a symbol of the development of the capital and the seat of the most successful Yugoslav firm, as well as the hub of the then business and political world. There are two concrete towers connected by a bridge on the 26th floor and a rotating restaurant on a circular top. The name “Western Gate of Belgrade” was given to him for the position with which he welcomed the passengers who come from the Belgrade airport. We end our tour by passing by the monument or obelisk non-aligned. It is located at the beginning of Branko’s Bridge, and it was erected in memory of the first conference of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries, 1961. in Belgrade.

 

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Finishing tour at the agreed place after approximately 4 hours of ride

Program duration around 4h (depending on the size of the group and the pace of movement per city).

 

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