Bodjani Monastery

According to the old saved documents the place Bodjani was built by a merchant called Bogdan who cured his eyes on a nearby spring. Being grateful for what happened, he built an orthodox church on the place where the miracle happened in 1478. It seems that the monastery and the settlement were named after their …

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Franciscan Monastery

Before the end of the 12th century it was mentioned first the fortress and later the Templar monastery in Bač. It got its final look, which was partially preserved up to now, in the first half of the 12th century. When the order of Templars was dismissed, the monastery was taken over by the Franciscans …

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Fortress Bač

At beginning of the 14th century the dynasty has changed in Hungary and Charles Robert from the Anjoy family took over the power. In that period from 1338 to 1342, he built a town (fortress) on the river Mostonga with a square tower, six storeys high, important for the town defence system. Today it is …

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The municipality of Bač is located in the north – west part of Serbia (south -west part of Vojvodina province) on the left bank of the Danube. The total area of the municipality is 367 km2. The municipality of Bač consist of six settlements ( Bač, Bačko Novo Selo, Plavna, Bođani, Vajska i Selenča) . …

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Guesthouse Ranch

Not far from Bač (near the village Bođani) there is an estate of the Kulaš family. The building, which was constructed 1911, is very interesting and it has not lost a bit of its original luxury and greatness. The whole complex of buildings is at the place where the two rivers cross. Together with their …

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Hotel Centrallux

The ” Central Lux” hotel is situated in the centre of Bač. It has a restaurant for 300 persons, a terrace, a spacious car park and nicely furnished rooms. There are 14 rooms with 31 beds and that: – 2 single rooms, – 6 double rooms, – 5 rooms with a double bed of which …

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