5 Sights in Zrenjanin, Serbia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Zrenjanin, 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 5 sights are available in Zrenjanin, Serbia.

List of cities in Serbia Sightseeing Tours in Zrenjanin

1. Српска православна црква рођења Богородице

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Српска православна црква рођења Богородице Bojan Kojičić / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Serbian Orthodox Church, where Notre Dame was born in Botox, was built in 1783. In, as written by the triangular drums on the western facade. The church was erected in Baroque style. It is a single-masted building with a five-story altar attached to the east and a bell tower at the west end. The construction of the church rests on huge circumferential walls and oval arches that carry shallow vaults. The facade of the church is simple and moderate, which is vertically divided by the Dorpai sawmill wearing a cordon, and there are also simple windows and holes without decorative mortar plastic. The facades on both sides have an incisor in the middle part, which is the same as the west front street of the church. The west wind facade is more decorated. Above the doorstep was a blind window, and the wall was painted with the birth of the Virgin, all of which framed the tympanum. The bell tower of the church has a typical baroque appearance.

Wikipedia: Српска православна црква Рођења Богородице у Ботошу (SR), Website, Heritage Website

2. Црква Св. Јована Крститеља

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Црква Св. Јована Крститеља Bojan Kojičić / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist in Ecka was erected in 1864 at the site of the church from 1794. The foundation of the church was financed by the plеmica Lаzаr of Ečka, which is located on the main square of the entrance. The church was designed by Ing. Kanski and the outcast was the Prague president Stеvаn Đоrđеvić, who worked more closely on the construction of the Catholic Church of St. John of Nepomuk in The Great Belgrade. Fасадu was completed by Grof Felix Arnoncourt in 1907.

Wikipedia: Katolička crkva Svetog Jovana Krstitelja u Ečki (SR), Website, Heritage Website

3. Елекова вила

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Елекова вила Bojan Kojičić / CC BY-SA 4.0

Elle's villa, as her longtime tenant, sugar factory director and Elle's Vicky recalled, is a part of the sugar industry complex, which is undoubtedly a mature and valuable architectural heritage. Villa is one of the most representative examples of this kind of architecture in the city, both in historical-architectural features and historical value, because it bears witness to the immune Viennese lifestyle in the first half of last century. Designers are Prague architects and undertakers of wnibanish.

Wikipedia: Елекова вила (SR), Website, Heritage Website

4. Ečka Castle

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Ečka Castle Bojan Kojičić / CC BY-SA 3.0

One of Serbia's most famous castles, Axe Castle, is located in the village of Axe, Apduvona, 60 kilometers north of Belgrade and 7 kilometers from the rattlesnake. It was built in English style and was built in 1816. Until 1820. Years.

Wikipedia: Дворац „Каштел“ у Ечки (SR), Heritage Website

5. Палата Дунђерски

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Палата Дунђерски Bojan Kojičić / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Danish language of the palace was built in a split style between 1905. And 1906. Years. When completed, it forms part of the Vienna Brewery complex, superimposed by it and also owned by a Danish wine family.

Wikipedia: Палата Дунђерски (SR)


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