One of the
oldest spas in Serbia stands at 385m above sea level, in a dazzling
interior of the river Pujica, surrounded by a centennial forest,
only 8 km southwest of Bor. According to archaeological findings,
even the Romans enjoyed the benefits of its mineral springs.The spa
truly flourished during the reign of Prince Miloš Obrenović.
structures from that period, which are the government protection as
cultural monuments, are Turkish bath (hamam), Residence of Prince
Miloš (Konak) - built in 1837, and the Mansion of Prince
Aleksandar Karađorđević (1856). The restaurant "Srpska kruna" -
one of the oldest catering and accommodation facilities in Serbian
spas and the facility "Okružna zgrada", the country house of King
Petar I (1906), also possess a certain memorial value.