The Masquerade – the Masked Procession
The Masquerade – the Masked Procession is traditionally organised by the Museum of Vojvodina for the purpose of nurturing the customs related to “Bele poklade” (traditional Slavic carnival). “Bele poklade” are organised on the last day of “Bela nedelja” (“White week”) – the last Sunday before the Easter fast. The procession gathers up at the plateau in front of the Museum of Vojvodina (Dunavska 35),from where it marches through the city centre up to Museum of Unification in 1918. The Museum of Unification in 1918 is the venue of the best masks selection. The most successful masks are awarded in categories for children, adult, group masks and the award for the best presentation.
Venue: Old city core
The programme can be found on the organiser’s website: www.muzejvojvodine.org.rs