Guided tour through Kaluđerica and Bulbulder
10.00h Departure from the tram station next to the Vuk’s monument (all trams to Cvetko’s Green Market)
10.20-10.30h Departure from the line 309 first station next to Cvetko’s Green Market
10.45-12.15h Walk through Kaluđerica, talk and refreshments
12.35-12.40h Return to Cvetko’s Green Market
12.45-13.00h Return to the center of the city (trams 6, 7, 12, bus 79, etc.)
Kaluđerica is likely most well known as as informal, or colloquially, “wild” suburban neighborhood of Belgrade. It can be stated that it is a paradigmatic example of the possibility and impossibility of a general, systemic and systematic resolution of the housing question in Yugoslav self-managed socialism. Aside from the focus and interest of multiple generations of settlers and inhabitants of Belgrade, it also attracts the attention of specialized and broader public for decades. The guided tour will present the history of the neighborhood and its reflection and interaction with the social history.
The program was realized as a part of the exhibition Silence is Deafness Here and organized by Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Cultural Centre Magacin, BRINA.