Aksentije J. Aksentijevic

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Aksentije J. Aksentijević (Serbian Cyrillic: Аксентије Ј. Аксентијевић; 1849–1916)[1] was a Serbian merchant, philanthropist and a member of the association called Beogradske Trgovačke Omladine (Belgrade Merchant Youth association).[2][3][4]After years of hard work and wise investments, he and wife Natalija Karavelov bequeathed their house in Belgrade's Milutinova ulica (Milutin Street) to Beogradske Trgovačke Omladine (Belgrade Merchant Youth) with the proviso that the real estate revenue be expressly used to help the Serbian youth in their intellectual pursuit and advancement[2]. They also made substantial donations to the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (Akademiji nauka); Invalids Fund "St. George" (Invalidski fund "Sv. Djordje"); Serbian National Defense (Narodnoj odbrani); Mothers' Societies (Materinskom udruženju); Newspapers associations (novinarskom druŝtvu); Red Cross (crvenom krstu); Masonic Lodge (Logi slobodnih zidara).


  1. Стенографске белешке Народне скупштине Краиевине Срба, Хрвата и Словенаца: Редован сазив. Штампариха Саве Раденковика и брата. 1926.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Српска породична енциклопедија. Народна кјнига. 2006. ISBN 9788633127301.
  3. Spomenica pedesetogodišnjioe Beogradske trgovačke omladine. 1931.
  4. Spomenica pedesetogodišnjioe Beogradske trgovačke omladine. 1931.

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