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Logo of Vukov sabor
|Date(s)||A week before the Nativity of Mary;
September 10–16, 2018
|Inaugurated||September 17, 1933|
|Most recent||September 10–16, 2018|
Vukov sabor (Serbian: Вуков сабор / Vukov sabor) or Vuk's Convocation is the oldest and most massive cultural event in Serbia. It was named after the reformer of the Serbian language Vuk Karadžić. The central program is traditionally held in September in Vuk's birthplace Tršić, near Loznica. Part of the program is realized in Loznica, Belgrade and the nearby Tronoša Monastery.
References [ edit ]
- "Vukov Sabor". Serbia.com. Retrieved January 15, 2019.
- Feliks Pašić (2008). Vukovi sabori: 1933-2008. Loznica, Serbia: Vuk Karadžić Cultural Center. ISBN 978-86-84195-15-1.
- "Vuk's Convocation (Вуков сабор)". Intangible cultural heritage of Serbia. Retrieved February 15, 2019.
- "Почиње 76. Вуков сабор" (in Serbian). Radio-Television of the Republika Srpska. September 12, 2011. Retrieved October 30, 2016.