In a recent visit to Cleveland, Serbian Ambassador to the U.S., Marko Djuric visited the Serbian Cultural Garden. The tour was led by Serbian Garden founder Alex Machaskee and included South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo, Lex Machaskee and officials of the Serbian National Federation from Pittsburgh.
Marko Djuric has served as the Ambassador of Serbia to the United States of America since October 8, 2020.
The Serbian Cultural Garden is one of over 30 ethnic heritage gardens in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens chain. The Serbian Cultural Garden honors many Serbian figures such as Nikola Tesla, King Peter I, Michael Pupin, Stevan Mokranjac, Bishop Petar Njegos, Vuk Karadzic, Mileva Maric and Milutin Milankovic.
Enjoy these images from Ambassador Djuric's visit.
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Ambassador Marko Djuric and Alex Machaskee
Alex Machaskee and Mayor Georgine Welo
show Ambassador Marko Djuric the Serbian Garden
Mayor Georgine Welo, Ambassador Marko Djuric and Alex Machaskee
with the bust of Nikola Tesla
With the bust of Mileva Maric
With the bust of King Peter I
Serbian Ambassador Marko Djuric and Alex Machaskee
discuss the bust of Petar Njegos
Serbian Ambassador to the US Marko Djuric, Alex Machaskee,
Mayor Georgine Welo, Lex Machaskee and representatives of the
Serbian National Federation from Pittsburgh
in front of an icon of St. Sava
Serbian Ambassador Djuric, Mayor Welo and Alex Machaskee
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