9 Sights in Uzice, Serbia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Uzice, Serbia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Uzice, Serbia.

List of cities in Serbia Sightseeing Tours in Uzice

1. Мала хидроелектрана „Под градом“

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The small hydropower station below the city is the first hydropower station built under the mhe of the city and on the estuary river below the old fortress. August 1900. In # the hydropower station ranked second in terms of multi-stage alternating current systems and the public electrical centre of Serbia ranked third. It belongs to one of the world's best-preserved hydroelectric plants, and it is endowed with the generation of electricity from its museum simens-halskegenera today. The hydropower station has been running continuously since 1900. By 1974. In, as a result of the construction of the Belgrade Railway-not far from the Museum Hydropower Station, there are wet slopes and hinges on the slopes of the Quinta and Tower, and its mass passes through the Museum Railway Line 8, which is mainly characterized by an unusually narrow gauge line in the form of two giant eight-wheeled trains of different geographical heights. On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the hydropower station's construction, with great efforts, the gap has been cleared and the facility itself has been renovated to make the center, 2. August 2000. It was opened and put into operation in # because of its historical, scientific and technological significance for Serbia and the world as a whole. The Museum-Tourist Destination Complex under the city is also an unofficial educational institution, where practical training is held for deacons and students, who are familiar with the basic data of technology and technological development. Near the oldest preserved hydroelectric power station under the city, on a river, just 6 kilometers upstream, there is another tourist hydrogel, which has been put into operation for 1. January 1929. Years. These two hydropower stations are very important engineering parts, and these projects are considered to be the most modern facilities of this kind in design and construction. According to the decision of 1979. In, it was designated as an important non-historic cultural charity monument.

Wikipedia: Мала хидроелектрана Под градом (SR)

2. Uzice medieval fortress

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Enjoyment City is a medieval fortress most likely elevated in the Middle Ages to the most likely protected Hedonic and Caravana Road from the armies of Vermovia and Altoman as the main headquarters of this government family, mainly connecting Seaweed Valley and Podwa Island, Seawall and Dewar. It sits on a high-pointed rock, descending steeply in a rock surrounded on three sides and making the driveway inaccessible. The most famous episode in her history was staged in November 1373. In that year, the detachment of King Lajos of Hungary was united with the fighters of Lazarak (137113131389) and Ban's Ban ( After a brief siege, with the help of cannons and siege, Nikolay surrendered, and was blinded by the orders of the Muse Star, and his country was parted ways among them by WINNER. The fortress was finally abandoned at the end of 1862. The year with six other men, when under an agreement with Prince Mikhail, she left the Ottoman military crew, was followed by the end of the winter of 1863 under the terms of that agreement. He breathed into the air and was disabled for further military use in. Today, other ruins, towers and buildings from the bedside, at a height of about one meter, were reduced to what extent in 1863. Years, but even so, it may make the former look more determined. She is one of the most popular tourist attractions today.

Wikipedia: Ужички Град (SR)

3. Црква Светих апостола Петра и Павла у Биосци

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The Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in Biosca, a settled place on the territory of the town of Uzice, was built in 1898 and belongs to the Diocese of Žiča of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The church was built, according to an approved project in the Ministry of Construction, in the central part of the village, in the valley of the river Đetinja, under the limestone section near Suvovrel. For a long time it was a parish church for the neighboring villages of Sljivovica and Kremna, and it was occupied by priests from the famous priestly family Zaharica.

Wikipedia: Црква Светих апостола Петра и Павла у Биосци (SR)

4. Црква Светог Марка

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The St. Mark's Church is a church in the town of Užice, in western Serbia. It is noted for its appearance, as an old, small, mostly wooden church in the town's modern urban setting. Originally constructed in 1721, it was rebuilt in 1828 and is the oldest surviving church in the entire Užice region. It was protected by the state in 1951 and declared a Cultural Monument of Great Importance in 1987. The church is colloquially called by the residents the Small Užice Church.

Wikipedia: St. Mark's Church, Užice (EN)

5. Potpece Cave

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Drežnička Gradina is a mountain in western Serbia, located between cities of Požega and Užice. Its highest peak, Gradina, has an elevation of 932 m (3,058 ft) above sea level. On the cone-shaped hilltop, there is a small stone-built pyramid erected as monument to Yugoslav Partisans died in a battle against German forces in August 1941, at the time of the Republic of Užice.

Wikipedia: Drežnička Gradina (EN)

6. Kustendorf

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Küstendorf also known as Drvengrad and Mećavnik, is a traditional village that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica built for his film Life Is a Miracle from 2003 to 2004. It is located near the village of Mokra Gora in western Serbia, in the administrative area of Užice. Kusturica was the 2005 recipient of the Philippe Rotthier European Architecture award.

Wikipedia: Küstendorf (EN)

7. Solotnik

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Solotnik is a fortress near the village of Solotuše, 10 south of Bajina Bašta on the slopes of Tara. It is located on a stone elevation that descends steeply into the Solotushka River, so that from the north, west and east it is impossible to approach it and the only possible access is in the south or southeast.

Wikipedia: Солотник (SR)

8. Мокра Гора

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Railway station Mokra Gora is the station of the former narrow track railway Uzice - Visegrad - Sarajevo, and today the starting station of the museum-tourist complex Šarganska osmica. It is located in the eponymous inhabited place on the territory of the city of Uzice.

Wikipedia: Железничка станица Мокра Гора (SR)

9. Бела црква Каранска

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The White Church of Karan is a Serbian Orthodox parish church in the village of Karan, Užice Municipality, Serbia. It is dedicated to the Annunciation to Mary. The church was listed as a Cultural Monument of Great Importance.

Wikipedia: White Church of Karan (EN)


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