Through virtual reality, experience the explosion of innovation and creativity of Neolithic Vinča, and explore the ground-breaking ideas from Serbia that will fuel the next stage of human development.
Serbia’s land area covers 88,361 km², similar to Hungary or Jordan
Serbia is home to 6.9 million people from 26 ethnic groups, speaking 11 languages
Serbia took part in the World Exhibition for the first time in Antwerp, Belgium in 1885
Serbia’s rich agricultural output includes raspberries, plums, maize and wheat
At 2,000m², the striking angled roof of the Serbia Pavilion is inspired by the pitched roofs of Neolithic Vinča. Vinča marked the first place mankind came together to live in cities, which sparked an explosion of creativity and innovation, not least in social engagement. There is currently no record of social hierarchies or social dischord throughout Vinča’s history. Vinča was the World Expo of the Neolithic World, only it lasted 1,000 years.