Wikipedian in residence at Society for Culture, Art and International Cooperation Adligat
Wikimedia Serbia, in cooperation with the Society for Art, Culture and International Cooperation Adligat, realized the Wikipedian In Residence project from June 1st to July 31st. Thanks to this project, 12 new articles were written, 2 were improved and 38 articles were illustrated. Almost 1,400 files have been uploaded to the Wikimedia Commons, which is the largest number of files released in this project to date.
The "Adligat" Society consists of the Lazić Library, the Museum of Serbian Literature, the Museum of Books and Travel and the House of Legates. The Lazić Library has existed since 1882 and is the longest-lasting Serbian family library. The Museum of Serbian Literature presents various materials about Serbian writers, literary works, literary criticism, etc. The Museum of Books and Travel presents in a unique way the development and importance of books throughout history and through different parts of the world. The House of Legacies consists of more than 30 legacies of notable families and individuals.
Wikipedian in residence, Jelena Latov Papić, wrote 12 new articles during this project, 2 were improved, while 38 were illustrated. The largest number of files compared to previous projects, as many as 1,375 files have been uploaded to Wikimedia Commons! Among these files, there are also 5 significant catalogs and documents. These files provide a unique insight into historical diplomatic visits and important moments in the history of Yugoslavia, photographs of notable people and their legates, and a collection of photographs from Egypt is especially noteworthy.
Etnographic Museum Al Qasr, Western Desert, Egypt
Traditional Indonesian dance performed during Tito's visit to Jakarta in 1958-1959
Golden Mummies, Bahariya Oasis, Egypt
Islamic City of Balat (Balat Old City), Dakhhla Oasis in Egypt