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Golubinci Kupinovo Ethnographic Park

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Golubinci Kupinovo Ethnographic Park

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Corridor: Diagonal Road, Danube Road
Country: Serbia, Stara Pazova, Pecinci
Type: Vernacular Architecture
Epoch: Modern Times, Middle Ages
Theme: Vernacular Architecture
World Heritage:
Modern TimesMiddle AgesVernacular ArchitectureVernacular Architecture

Three silos in Golubinci with kotobanja represent the most decorative and most significant examples of assistive economic objects, which were used as barns for wheat storage in the 18th century. The castle “Slos” with its outward appearance, details and appearance of its interior, has all the characteristics of Vojnogranicarska architecture. It was built in the latter part of the 18th Century. Besides the architectural value,it also posses historical value because it was the residence of Karadjordjech, the famous leader of the First Serbian Rebellion in 1813. The ethno-park Kupinovo is located close to the oldest mediaeval part of the Village of Srem. In the immediate vicinity are the Church of Saint Luke, the remains of the fortified city of Kupinik, from the 14th Century, and the Special Natural Reserve “Obedska Bara.”
Council of Europe, RPSEE
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