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Book Talk:


Tassilia - In Search of a PictureDate: Tuesday, April 23, at 6 p.m.

Location: The Museum of African Art

Join us for an unforgettable evening as we unveil the captivating narrative penned by esteemed author, Prof. Dr. Milan P. Rakočević, in his latest masterpiece, "Tassilia - In Search of a Picture," meticulously crafted and published by Orion-Books Art Publishing House.

"Dive into the Heart of the Sahara"

Delve into the extraordinary odyssey of the author to the majestic Tassili N'Ajjer (Tassilia) mountain in Algeria, nestled within the vast expanse of the Sahara desert. Unearthed in the mid-20th century, this enigmatic locale boasts a treasure trove of prehistoric paintings dating back to 8,000 to 1,500 years BC, igniting fervent discourse among scholars worldwide. Witness as the veil is lifted on the Sahara's storied past, offering profound insights into its once lush landscapes teeming with life, challenging our understanding of Earth's history.

Guest Speakers:

Prof. Dr. Milan P. Rakočević, Author, Architect Dragomir Acović, Prof. Dr. Miomir Petrović, Publisher Dragorad Kovačević

Admission: Free of charge


About the Author

Dr. Milan P. RakočevićDr. Milan P. Rakočević, an esteemed architect and retired full professor, has left an indelible mark on the field of architecture through his illustrious career. With a passion for exploration, Dr. Rakočević has traversed approximately ninety countries, immersing himself in diverse cultures and landscapes across the globe.

Notably, he played a pivotal role as an organizer in a landmark expedition from Kragujevac to Kilimanjaro in 1975, traversing African countries and fostering cross-cultural exchange. Dr. Rakočević's extensive travels have inspired a rich tapestry of literary works, including three books and numerous newspaper articles, shedding light on his experiences and insights gleaned from his adventures. Additionally, he has shared his profound knowledge through a series of enlightening lectures, captivating audiences both at home and abroad.


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