Person    | Male  Born 17/2/1742  Died 1811

Dositey Obradovich

Categories: Education, Literature, Philosophy

Countries: Serbia

Author, philosopher, linguist, polyglot (knew 10 languages) and first minister of education of Serbia. Often referred to by just his first name. Died Belgrade. Pictured on Yugoslavian 5,000 dinara notes.

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Dositey Obradovich

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Dositey Obradovich

Here lived in 1784 Dositey Obradovich, 1742 - 1811, eminent Serbian man of le...

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