Gradska kuca (Town Hall) is 1 of Zrenjanin most photographed buildings.It was built in 1820, following the plans by Josip Fisher, and reconstructed in 1887 according to the designs of Djula Parota and Lehner Ede.This is the seat of local administration and also the place where you can visit some literary evenings, concerts...more
Zrenjanin has very long musical tradition, especially very vivid in 19. but also in 20. century. First musical school was open long time ago (first primary and later secondary also). Choirs of Zrenjanin was selected among best ones on different competitions in Europe several times.This charming building from 19. ct host shool for 50 years... very...more
That ocre building on the photo is National theatre "Tosa Jovanovic". First theatre group in Zrenjanin was German one from 1746 but real theatre life started in 1787. The theatre life gets a full swing in 1839. when the city grains warehouse was turned into a permanent theatre hall. That grains warehouse was build of the bricks that derives from...more
Just nine kilometers South of the center of Zrenjanin is Ecka – the most popular place on Zrenjanin tourist map. There is lot of reasons for that.Once, here was the seat of Earls Lazar. Lazar Lukac, originally Armenian, bought huge parcels of the land from Austrian royal family.The palace was built in English style and it was the center of social...more
The “Small Bridge” is the oldest bridge in Zrenjanin, built in 1904 on the place of the old wood bridge.Its surround is the most interesting part of old City essential part. During 80’s, after regulation of Begej River flow, and lake was made, the bridge didn’t loose its importance.more
Baroque building at Liberty Square has interior of specific beauty, acoustic and functionality. It can hosts 350 people. Reconstruction of the building was done in 1985 and interior has look like 150 years ago. Today, there is professional theater with three scenes: drama, chamber and puppeteer.more
The main street represents separate essential part of the city and it is protected monument of the culture. Also, it is the most important residential-trading and business part of the city. From 1716 to 1879 the name of the street was Great Bridge Street; from 1879 to 1919 - Hunydy’s Street; from 1919 to 1941 – King Aleksandar I Street; from 1941...more
The City Hall was built by project of Josip Fiser in 1820 in neo-baroque style and the flanking part was added in 1887 and the build was reconstructed in neo-baroque style by the planes of Djula Patros and Lehner Ed. From the very beginning, it is the seat of local authorities. There is Historical Archive inside too.more
Hram Uspenja (The Orthodox Temple of Assumption) is 1 of the oldest preserved buildings in Zrenjanin. It was built in 1746.The iconostasis, showing the scenes from the Old and New Testament, was done in 1815 by Georgije Popovic, whereas the wall paintings, depicting Archangel Michael, St. Nicolas and the Holy Trinity, were made by Aleksandar...more
Rimokatolicka katedrala (The Roman Catholic Cathedral) was built between 1864 and 1868 on the place of the previous Catholic Cathedral. It was designed by Stevan Djordjevic and the interior was made by Jozef Gojgner, according to the Bible motifs.It has the famous organ made in a Timisoara workshop in 1907.more
Walk up and down King Alexander I Karadjordjevic Street and admire its many buildings from the beginning of the 20th century, such as the house of one Stevan Bukovac from 1905 at the corner of this street and Freedom Square, Bence House from 1906, the 1st Department store, and other interesting old buildings.This house was built in 1900 according...more
This is just 1 of several bridges in Zrenjanin. It's called Veliki pešacki most (the Big Pedestrian Bridge). If you're at Freedom Square and you want to get to JNA Square, this is the bridge you'll have to cross.The bridge was raised in 1971 in the place of the Big Iron Bridge.more
Laze Lazarevica 6, Zrenjanin 23000, Serbia
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The building where there's a restaurant and hotel now used to be the castle of count Lazar Lukac. He had it built in 1820 and used it with his family until 1893.
The surrounding's beautiful. There's a park in front of it where you can take a pleasant walk.
The food's great and the service O.K., though sometimes slow because of the many people, usually schoolchildren, who come here on excursions.
The last week of August is the time when a lot of people come to Zrenjanin to experience the so-called Beer Days (Dani piva). If you want to meet the locals, listen to the tamburitza, watch folk ensembles dancing, admire the parade of carriages, or take part in the famous contest and find out how fast you can drink beer, this is the perfect time to...more
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Water's liquid without colour, smell or taste. Well, not in these parts. You'll find out that it can be white or yellowish, with the smell of chlorine, and the taste of iron. Apart from that, there's nothing wrong about it. It's healthy alright.
The castle with its beautiful surroundings was used by count Lazar Lukac and his family from 1820 to 1893. During that time a lot of aristocrats used to visit the area. Prince Rudolph, the son of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph, and Archduke Franz Ferdinand were among them.But then, the castle was turned into a hotel and a restaurant, which made it...more
Some 9km south of Zrenjanin, there's this village of Echka, once a property of count Lazar Lukach and his family.Here you can stay at Kaštel Echka, once a castle, now a hotel with a restaurant, take a walk round its pleasant surroundings, visit two churches, Serbian from 1711 and Romanian from 1854... This is also the place where an Art Colony is...more