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2008, br. 9, str. 9-49
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Jubilej kao kolektivna reprezentacija - proslava 50-godišnjice takovskog ustanka u Topčideru 1865. godine
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The first official jubilee was celebrated in the Principality of Serbia in 1865. It marked the fiftieth anniversary of the uprising staged on the Christian festival Cveti, in front of the church in Takovo in 1815. The event was declared one of the three national holidays in 1836 during the first reign of prince Miloš Obrenović. When he stepped down and the new dynasty came into power, official celebration of the festival was abolished. After he ascended the throne again, the day of the uprising in Takovo was once again pronounced a public holiday and was celebrated every year under the popular name of Serbian Cveti. The main structure of the annual celebration was given form in the capital, and the set pattern was followed to a smaller scale in all churches in the Principality. The Jubilee was marked on the initiative of the then ruling prince Mihailo Obrenović and the State Council, in the organization of the officially appointed Council with the prince at the head. The motive for marking the jubilee was the then increasingly open aspiration for the promotion of the sovereignty of the Princedom, to which it did not have political right at the time. In accordance with those aspirations, the prince and the government tried to introduce the Order of the Takovo Cross to be presented at the celebration to all surviving participants of the uprising. The idea was abandoned due to the opposition from the Ottoman Government and the disagreement of the European powers. The organization of the jubilee and the presentation of the Takovo Cross were not cancelled, but the medal was given the status of a memorial decoration, which later was not awarded until the outbreak of the Serbian-Turkish war ending in the proclamation of the sovereign Principality of Serbia. As opposed to annual celebrations held all over the Principality, the celebration of the jubilee involved the organization of central manifestation and the formation of a unified chronotope, involving gathering together of the political body of the population at the same time and in the same place. As the fortification of the Serbian capital was still in Turkish hands, the celebration was held in Topčider, near Belgrade, in the area which already carried pronounced symbolic meaning. Apart from the court residence quarters and the court church, in the public area of Topčider, there was also a memorial drinking fountain of prince Miloš and the obelisk built in honor of his return to power. For the needs of the jubilee, the performative space of the celebration was transformed into new artificial reality through the construction of a number of temporary structures. In addition, the program of the celebration was designed as a manifestation of collective representation of state-public body with prince Mihailo at the head. The celebration of the jubilee was considered to be an important event and much attention was paid to its becoming a part of collective memory. Information strategy of newspaper coverage was oriented towards patriotic feelings of the readership that they attended the celebration personally. Photographs of the festivity in the size of a calling card aimed to foster the same feeling. Soon after the celebration, an initiative was launched for the erection of a monument to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the uprising; however, it was realized only at the beginning of the following century when Prince Miloš' Pavilion was built in Topčider Park. The cornice of the pavilion dome bears the inscription of the name of Mihailo Obrenović and the year 1865, clearly indicating the double memorial structure of the monument.

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