Famous Serbian Historic Figures

Višegrad Bridge
Višegrad Bridge by Lingva Valjevo

Exploring the information about famous Serbian historical figures, together with our teacher Katarina Andrić, we found out many diverse interests and occupations of, first of all, Milutin Milanković, who explained why and how ice ages occurred in the geological past of the Earth, and which climate changes can be expected on it in the future, as well as even more famous Nikola Tesla, who created one of the world’s first wireless remote control and wanted to produce free electrical power for the whole world. We also described two men of letters – Vuk Stafanović Karadžić, whose parents named him Vuk („Wolf“) so that evil spirits would not hurt him and who had such an excellent memory that he was able to write a book of over 100 lyrical and epic poems he memorized as a child, and Ivo Andrić, Croatian by origin, who in his youth was a member of several South Slav organisations that opposed the Austro-Hungarian occupation, and who became 1961 Nobel prize laureate in literature “for the epic force with which he has traced themes and depicted human destinies drawn from the history of his country”.

Milutin Milankovic by Jelisaveta Maksimovic and Bogdan Radojicic

Milutin Milankovic Film Presentation

Nikola Tesla by Marija Djukic and Ognjen Stanojlovic

Nikola Tesla Film Presentation

Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic by Andjela Miskovic and Aleksandar Trifkovic

Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic Film Presentation

Ivo Andric by Natalija Nedeljkovic and Nikola Lukic

Ivo Andric Film Presentation