Beautiful apartment in small town Alibunar, Serbia. This apartment is in center of the town, walking distance from cafes, shopping, park, nature. Visit Vojvodina, and relax in beauty of this pearl. Alibunar is 55 kilometers from capital city of Serbia, Belgrade. Many people from capital city come to find peace and relaxation in town of Alibunar. You will fall in love with friendly locals, and with the taste of the their nature.
History about Alibunar:
In this area, settlements existed in Neolithic, Bronze Age and Roman times. However, settlement appeared in historical sources in the 16th century. First recorded name of the settlement was Alijina Voda ('the water of Alija'), presumably named after its Muslim citizen Alija or Ali-paša, who had a house with stone well ('bunar' in Serbian) in the center of the settlement (hence the current name Alibunar or 'the well of Ali'). After Ottomans were expelled from this region (in 1717), the settlement had 32 houses. In 1764, settlement was included into Illyrian (Serbian) regiment of Banatian Military Frontier, but in the next year, it was transferred to German regiment of this frontier. Before the inclusion into military frontier, Alibunar had ethnic Serb population, but after it became part of the frontier, 130 mostly Romanian and some 20-30 German families settled in this place. Serbs remained to live in older part of the settlement, Germans settled in its central parts and Romanians in northern parts. Serbian Orthodox church in the settlement was built in 1796.
Source: Stevan Kovačević, Gradovi Srbije u slici i reči, Beograd, 2010.