Cultural and Scientific Center "Milutin Milanković"

Cultural and Scientific Center "Milutin Milanković"
Kulturni i znanstveni centar "Milutin Milanković"
Културни и научни центар "Милутин Миланковић"
Established 2009
Location Dalj, Croatia
Director Đorđe Nešić[1]

Cultural and Scientific Center "Milutin Milanković" is a public cultural and educational institution in Dalj, Erdut municipality, Croatia. The aim of center include following activities: promotion of the legacy of Milutin Milanković, organizing cultural events and exhibitions, issuing publications, audiovisual and promotional materials, preservation of traditional heritage, organization of cultural and scientific meetings, promotion of sustainable development, popularization of science[2]... In 2012 center was visited by more than 5,000 visitors.[3]

Center is located in the birth house of scientist Milutin Milanković.[4][5] After the end of the Croatian War of Independence and the end of United Nations Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Sirmium mission house remained in deteriorating conditions up to the year of 2006. At that time Municipality initiated establishment of the center which will serve as the meeting point of students coming from both banks of Danude River.[6]


Alongside Center's main building other venues are occasionally used to host events.[7] 131 anniversary of the Milutin Milanković's birth was marked in May 2010 with the series of activities.[8] In 2011 Center participated in the of cross-border cooperation project "From people to people" with participants including the Municipality of Erdut, the City library in Sombor, the Cultural Center "Laza Kostić" Sombor, and the Provincial Secretariat for International Cooperation of Vojvodina[9]... Project was funded from the European Union sources.[10]

According to Center's Statute, along with Croatian, Serbian language and Serbian cyrillic alphabet is used as well.[2]

See also


  1. "Kulturni i znanstveni centar Milutin Milanković, Dalj - poslovne informacije, financije, bilanca, adresa, kontakti i ključne osobe". Retrieved 2012-03-07.
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  3. Zečević, Dragana (June 2013). "Kultura je zadnja rupa na političkoj svirali". Identitet (in Serbian). Zagreb: Serb Democratic Forum. 18 (179).
  4. Ines Šaškor. "Što je Hrvatskoj Milutin Milanković?". Retrieved 2012-03-07.
  5. "Rodna kuća | Milutin Milanković". Retrieved 2012-03-07.
  6. Zečević, Dragana (July 2009). "Putnik kroz galaksiju i vijekove: U Dalju obilježena 130. godišnjica od rođenja Milutina Milankovića". Identitet (in Serbian). Zagreb: Serb Democratic Forum (136).
  7. "MZOS - Najave". 2012-01-03. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
  8. "Genije kojem nije trebao kompjuter". Retrieved 2012-03-07.
  9. "Gradska Biblioteka "Karlo Bijelicki", Sombor". 2011-09-27. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
  10. "Ljudi ljudima - razvoj prekogranične saradnje" (in Serbian). NSZ. Archived from the original on 2011-10-24. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
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