This kind of windows on the photo (third from the right) is very common for Vrsac and is one of the towns symbols. Most of old houses has at least one of that kind of windows. There is very practical reason for having that windows, you can check what's going on on the both side of street without opening window at all, very practical on cold winter...more
Jovan Sterija Popovic is the most eminent person born in Vrsac and most beloved son of this town. His expression "Vrsac-lepa varos" (Vrsac, a beautifull town) I took for my title page for this town as well. He was born in 1806 in this town and after studies in Vrsac, Sremski krlovci, timisoara, Budapest and Kazmerek he went back here and spent most...more
Roman Catholic church of saint Gerhardt was build from 1860 till 1863 in neo-gothic style one the site of one older church dedicated to the same saint. It is three nave basilica in the form of latin cross with two high bell towers on the west. Although this church looks really impresive this is not cathedral church becuase seat of Banats Catholic...more
The Palace of Eparchy or Bishops Court is seat of Serbian Ortodox Bishops of "serbian" Banat. Why "serbian"? Well, biger part of Banat is part of Romania and there, in Timisoara, is another seat of Serbian Ortodox Bishops together with another Serbian Ortodox cathedral for that "romanian" part of Banat. This Building on the photo was build from...more
Serbian Ortodox cathedral (Saborna or Nikolajevska crkva) dedicated to St. Nicholas built in classicist style was finish in 1785. Well, as most others classicist churches of Vojvodina there is still evident strong baroque influence. Church has one nave and is richly decorated inside. Unfortunatelly when I was in Vrsac last time (and when I made...more
The City Hall or Magistrat is one of the landmarks of the town centre and consisting of three buildings. Here on this pictures you could see the newest part of it all, so-called "goticko zdanje" built in 1860. in neo-gothic style. Some people don't like the colour sheme that town government choose for this building but, at my personal opinion, it...more
The Town Library (Gradska biblioteka) was founded in 1877. Its 1st librarian was Felix Mileker (1858-1942), famous historian and archeologist.The library houses 200,000 books, the oldest being 1 from 1496. There are a lot of other valuable books, most of which once belonged to the most important people from Vrsac.Working hours:daily 7.30-19.00Sat...more
St Gerhard's Roman Catholic Church (Katedrala Svetog Gerharda) is 1 of the most monumental buildings in the town. When you see it, you'll know what I mean.It was built between 1860 and 1863 on the place of a former church with the same name. The architect was from Vienna.The church, with its rich decoration and high bell-towers, is as impressive...more
St Nicholas Church (Nikolajevska crkva) was built on the site of an older church dedicated to the same Saint. This one was finished in 1785, although its ornaments were completed in 1805. Several well-known artists worked on it - Nikola Neskovic (10 icons), Pavel Djurkovic (iconostasis), Simeon Jaksic, Mihajlo Popovic (wall paintings) and Paja...more
Svetosavski trg 12, Vrsac, 26300, Serbia
Good for: Couples
It's amazing! New hotel- includes a huge pool outside with an amazing view. Many rooms that also...more
Beogradski put bb., Vrsac, 26300, Serbia
Good for: Families
U glavnom bulevaru Žarka Zrenjanina, nedaleko od katoličke Katedrale, predivan Engleski Pab, sa velikom paletom domaćih i uvoznih piva. Odličan večernji provod, a najbolji četvrtkom! Prelepa terasa na samom vrhu paba, sa predivim pogledom na Vršačku kulu i breg.
Ako ste u Vršcu - obavezno ga posetiti!
Favorite Dish: Jedino mesto u gradu gde možete popiti Guinness pivo i mnogo dobro točeno pivo sa raznim grickalicama!
Center off town.
One off the most beaufil place in Vrsac where you can seet in one of many caffe and......
it is nice.....