This list of locations will constantly grow during our research by adding new locations and stories. Learn something new or simply enjoy the old photographs!
The National Museum building was built in 1927 as a home to the military institute for road design.Read More
"Scena Bar" continues a long tradition of catering where, since 1893, the inn "Nacional" used to be, and which was nationalized after World War II to become the state-owned restaurant "Zelengora" until the second decade of 21st century.Read More
The house in which one of the most important Serbian actors, Zoran Radmilović, grew up is located at the street today named after him. In 1993, as an initiative of the actor Nenad Ciganović, the marble plate was placed on the front façade reading, "Z...Read More
Thanks to Toma Milošević and his company "Uroš Milošević & sons", Zaječar had electricity and public lighting since 1909, before many European cities did.Read More
When it was built, Rajković & Stajković Palace was the tallest building in Zaječar. There were two shops on the ground floor, a dentist office on the first floor, while the remaining two floors were used for private apartments.Read More