In the center of town, across the street from the jeweler’s, is located the local museum, a legacy from the brothers Pavle and Djordje Djordjevic. It is a very valuable and in many ways a unique collection of more than 1500 pieces that colorfully tell the story of this region.
Here are kept very well preserved findings from the stone age, stones and bone tools, Celtic and Roman fibula, rare Pincum coins, Roman icons, figurines, Roman glass jars and most of all a rich collection of Roman money. There are also many findings from the Turkish times.
Especially valuable is the small collection of paintings, icons,
everyday objects of the Serbian civil society at the end of last century.
Pavle, Djordje’s older brother, as our consular representative in Berlin 1937-41, preserved very valuable archive material.