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Novi Grad Gallery opened in 2016 on the ground floor of the Novi Grad Municipality building, and it has, to a large extent, enriched the cultural offering for this part of Sarajevo.
As the city’s most populous municipality, it began working with several cultural institutions in 2017 with the aim of bringing such events closer to its residents.
The gallery has recently shown exhibits from the permanent collections of the Historical Museum of BiH, the National Gallery of BiH, the National Museum of BiH, the Museum of Sarajevo, the Alija Izetbegović Museum, Gazi Husrev Bey’s Library, the Bosniak Institute, Sarajevo Historical Archives and important galleries.
Besides various exhibits, it also regularly organizes other cultural activities, like classical music concerts and literary evenings.