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Artists donate works to Vukovar

OVER 20 artists from 11 countries dedicated works to a museum in Vukovar, which was destroyed in the Serbo-Croatian war, the daily Pravda wrote.
Italian artist and curator Getulio Alviani collected the art works, which will be exhibited at the Milan Dobeš Museum in Bratislava, until the reconstruction of the Vukovar museum is finished. The exhibition, entitled 22 From the Future of Vukovar will run until January 20. The Milan Dobeš Museum is at Zámočnícka 13 and is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00.

OVER 20 artists from 11 countries dedicated works to a museum in Vukovar, which was destroyed in the Serbo-Croatian war, the daily Pravda wrote.

Italian artist and curator Getulio Alviani collected the art works, which will be exhibited at the Milan Dobeš Museum in Bratislava, until the reconstruction of the Vukovar museum is finished. The exhibition, entitled 22 From the Future of Vukovar will run until January 20. The Milan Dobeš Museum is at Zámočnícka 13 and is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00.

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