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The Vršac castle

Vršac Castle, or Vršac Tower, was built on a hill 399 meters above sea level In the decades after the Mongol invasion, it is believed that the Castle in Vršac was also built, and the first preserved information about it dates from 1323. At the beginning of the 15th century,...

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The Pharmacy on the stairs

This unique building from the 18th century is one of the few in our country, if not the only one, that has survived for more than two centuries without changing its original appearance or purpose

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The Memory of Paja Jovanović

Paja Jovanovic, a native of Vrsac, was one of the greatest Serbian painters and an outstanding representative of academic realism.

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The City Museum Vršac

This museum is focused on the interdisciplinary nature of local history, representing the following professional departments: archaeological, historical, numismatic, ethnological, natural history, and art. The museum also hosts workshops for ceramics and the restoration of easel paintings.

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The Golubac Fortress

Welcome to Golubac Fortress, one of the Danube River’s most strategically important medieval fortifications.

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The Batin Battle Museum

The Batin Battle Museum is a depadans of the historic department of the Sombor City Museum and is located on the banks of the Danube, in the starting positions of the great Battle of World War II. It is 3.7 miles from The Bezdan Settlement, on the territory of the...

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Point of Interests

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Gymnasium

The building of the Gymnasium was designed in 1912 by the architect Dragutin Maslać. It was built from 1912 to 1926 and it is one of the most beautiful works of the Serbian national style In 1905, it was already clear that this building was needed. The municipality of Čačak...

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Monument to the Unknown Hero

The Monument to the Unknown Hero is a colossal mausoleum atop of the Mount Avala. It was designed by the Croatian and Yugoslav sculptor Ivan Meštrović in 1938. The construction of the monument was initiated by King Alexander I, to commemorate the victims of the Balkan Wars (1912–1913) and the...

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Nikola Tesla Monument

This is one of several monuments located in Belgrade, which are dedicated to the great scientist. The monument is located at Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard, in front of the building of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. It was made by the sculptor Frano Kršinić in 1956, and has been in front...

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Monument to Archibald Reiss

The Monument in Topčider Park was erected in 1931, as a gratitude to Archibald Reiss (1876-1929), a Swiss criminologist, publicist and honorary captain of the Serbian army. As a token of gratitude to fellow warrior and friend, the Association of Reserve Officers and Veterans erected this monument. The monument was...

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Monument to Dositej Obradović

The monument dedicated to the great Serbian writer, educator and the reformer was erected in 1914. It was built as a result of the initiative of the Serbian Literary Cooperative and famous writer Јоvan Skerlić, an admirer of Obradović. The idea of erecting a monument to Dositej Obradović dates back...

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Monument to the Liberators of Belgrade 1806

The Monument to the Liberators of Belgrade 1806 in Karađorđe’s Park is the oldest public monument in Belgrade. It was erected by Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević in 1848 in memory of the liberators of Belgrade in the First Serbian Uprising. Karađorđe’s Park is located at a historical site where in 1806...

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