Preserve and promote heritage!

BLAGO FUND

OUR PURPOSE

Preserve, protect, and promote cultural heritage through the collective work of experts, volunteers, and patrons.
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20 YEARS OF BLAGO FUND

BLAGO Fund is a non-profit organization that preserves and promotes Serbian cultural heritage. Its experts and enthusiasts seek to develop a broader awareness and understanding of the importance of Serbian cultural heritage along with its place in the global cultural landscape, and to present its significance and beauty to the world.

Preserve

Through the usage of the modern (and latest) technologies, preserve, document, and collect the priceless and most vulnerable artifacts of the nation's heritage.

Organize

Organize collections in the manners that allow for efficient retrieval and large scale browsing and search. Distributed access allows for many contributors and many users of our collections.

Promote

Make collections readily and freely accessible to interested individuals and centers of learning.
Promote them by using modern techniques available in the public domain.

We are
BLAGO

We are a team of volunteers, art historians, computer experts, culture lovers, who would love to share our heritage with the rest of the world.

AS IT HAPPENS ...NEWS

PRIZREN EXPEDITION

PRIZREN EXPEDITION
Newsletter, June 2019
english | српски
In June of 2019, BLAGO went again to Kosovo and Metohija. This time our destination was the city of Prizren with its churches: “The Theotokos of Ljevis” (endowment of King Milutin), churches of Holy Salvation (endowment of Mladen Vladojevic) and St. Nicholas (endowment of Dragoslav Tutic), and the church of St. George (endowment of family Runovic). Visit BLAGO Prizren Collection.

ARILJE COLLECTION COMPLETED

ARILJE COLLECTION COMPLETED
Newsletter, November 2019
english | српски
The church of Arilje is dedicated to Bishop Achillius of Larissa, Greece, a staunch opponent of the Arian heresy and a participant of the First Council of Nicaea in 325 AD. The Church of Saint Achillius in Arilje had close connections to the Nemanjić Dynasty, the first Serbian Archbishop Saint Sava, and King Dragutin. Visit BLAGO Arilje collection.

MILESEVA COLLECTION COMPLETED

MILESEVA COLLECTION COMPLETED
Newsletter, November 2019
english | српски
The monastery of Mileseva was founded by Vladislav, King of Serbia, son of Stefan the First-Crowned and grandson of Stefan Nemanja, founder of the most influential Serbian medieval dynasty. Old Serbian biographers recorded that the erection of Mileseva started immediately after Vladislav's accession to the throne in 1234. Visit BLAGO Mileseva collection.
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