8 March 1997 For thirty long years the empty building in Zmaj Jovanova street, which had formerly housed the embassy of Israel in Yugoslavia, was gaping. The young Jewish state acquired this building as a gift of the Association of Jewish Municipalities of Yugoslavia in the far-off year of 1948. They moved out of it […]

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