On 17th December 2019, in Belgrade, at the Palace of Serbia, the multimedial exhibition " Serbia 2019 - The Year of Infrastructure: Nothing is Faraway Anymore" was opened, where the achieved results and new projects in the field of infrastructure, construction and transport were presented.
The President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić has visited the exhibition, put on in five showrooms, together with the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure prof. Zorana Mihajlović, PhD., Acting Director of "Roads of Serbia" Zoran Drobnjak, members of the Government and partner enterprises, as well as guests from home and abroad.
The multimedial exhibition " Serbia 2019 - The Year of Infrastructure: Nothing is Faraway Anymore" is open for all citizens from Thursday, 19th December,2019, until Sunday, 22nd December, 2019.
The exhibition " Serbia 2019 - The Year of Infrastructure: Nothing is Faraway Anymore" is divided into five theme showrooms where structures, photographs and films about investments in the area of infrastructure, transport and construction are presented.
The first showroom was named Corridor 10, the second is "Miloš Veliki", while the third one is dedicated to railway. The fourth showroom is dedicated to air traffic and the fifth one to waterways and the project "Belgrade Waterfront", as well as investments in utility infrastructure. Also, flats being built for the police and security force members are presented at the exhibition.
In the showroom Corridor 10, visitors can, among other things, pass through models of the tunnel Manajle and the bridge Vrla and learn about the construction of this highway.
This showroom leads to the showroom " Miloš Veliki" with the information and the photos of the construction and structures on the highway from Belgrade to Čačak and a part of this showroom is dedicated to the Serbian ruler, prince Miloš Obrenović, whom the highway is named after.
The exhibition will be open for citizens on Thursday from 10:00h to 17:00h, on Friday from 13:00h to 17:00h, on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00h to 15:00h, and the visitors will be entering the Palace of Serbia at the main (official) entrance, from Bulevar Mihajla Pupina street.