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The Nenadovića tower

The Nenadovića tower
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The Nenadovića tower is certainly a symbol of the town Valjevo. It is situated on Kličevac hill, only half a kilometer from the center of the town. It was built in 1813 and it served as powder-magazine. When the Turks took it over, it was turned into a dungeon were Serbian slaves were locked in.


The tower was built by Jakov Nenadović with a help of his son Jevrem, to store ammunition for the rebels. Upon the repeated liberation of Valjevo in 1815, the rebels found the tower full of tortured Serbs. The Serbian duke Sima Nenadović, enraged by the Turks’ conduct, ordered to set fire to the tower, and price Miloš Obrenović renewed it in 1836.


Today, the Nenadovića tower is fully reconstructed and protected, and adequate museum setting is also being prepared.

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