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6. June 2012.

Guided Tours – Exhibition Balkans between the Greek and the Celtic Worlds

Thanks to archeological excavations that lasted for a decade, the oldest urban settlement
in the heart of the Balkans was discovered in the territory of today’s Serbia. Covering
the area of five hectares, this well-organized and complex settlement dating back to the
4th century BC developed far away from the other known urban centers. A fortified city,
organized by the Greek model: an acropolis protected by walls and a deep moat around
20 meters wide and the outer city with remains of numerous buildings, furnaces, religious
facilities and a unique water supply system – all together, they make Kale, a site of great
significance, in Krsevica near Bujanovac.

Trying to present the social circumstances of the time the settlement in village Kale
was settled, in the best possible way, the Department of Education at the National
Museum organizes guided tours through the exhibition every day. On Tuesdays at 1
p.m., Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 p.m. and on Sundays at 12 p.m. visitors have an
opportunity to learn from our young associates about numerous interesting facts about
life in the 4th century BC, Greek and Celtic Culture and the way archeologists discover
and unveil the past.

Thanks to archeological excavations that lasted for a decade, the oldest urban settlement
in the heart of the Balkans was discovered in the territory of today’s Serbia. Covering
the area of five hectares, this well-organized and complex settlement dating back to the
4th century BC developed far away from the other known urban centers. A fortified city,
organized by the Greek model: an acropolis protected by walls and a deep moat around
20 meters wide and the outer city with remains of numerous buildings, furnaces, religious
facilities and a unique water supply system – all together, they make Kale, a site of great
significance, in Krsevica near Bujanovac.

Trying to present the social circumstances of the time the settlement in village Kale
was settled, in the best possible way, the Department of Education at the National
Museum organizes guided tours through the exhibition every day. On Tuesdays at 1
p.m., Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 p.m. and on Sundays at 12 p.m. visitors have an
opportunity to learn from our young associates about numerous interesting facts about
life in the 4th century BC, Greek and Celtic Culture and the way archeologists discover
and unveil the past.