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TOM na Međunarodnom sajmu turizma i seoskog turizma u Kragujevcu

 

POSEBNO PRIZNANJE ZA IZUZETAN NASTUP

 

Posebno priznanje za izuzetno uspešan nastup na Četvrtom međunarodnom sajmu turizma i seoskog turizma u Kragijevcu, ove godine je pripalo Turističkoj organizaciji Mladenovca. Za ovo veliko priznanje pored zaposlenih zaslužni su i Kulturno-umetničko društvo "Šumadija" iz Vlaške, Karate klub "Mladenovac", vokalni solista Marija Janković i frulaš Dobrivoje Doca Todorović, koji su svojim nastupom oduševili domaćine, učesnike i posetioce sajma.

Na štandu Turističke organizacije Mladenovca, uređen u šumadijskom stilu, bili su prisutni i predstavnici Mlekare "Granice" sa svojim proizvodima.

Štand Turističke organizacije Mladenovca posetili su, predsednik Gradske opštine Mladenovac Dejan Čokić, zamenik predsednika Miloš Stojanović, članovi Veća, predstavnici javnih preduzeća i ustanova i brojni gosti, koji su bili dočekani na tradicionalan srpski način pogačom i solju. Prisutni gosti i posetioci sajma, degustirali su proizvode brojnih sponzora iz Mladenovca, proizvođača vina i rakija, pekarskih proizvoda i roštilja.

Na manifestaciji koja je održana na "Šumadija sajam" učestvovali su turistički centri, banjska i klimatska lečilišta, privredne komore, predstavnici seoskog, rečnog i lovnog turizma, turističke sgencije, kao i domaćinstva koja se bave seoskim turizmom.

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despot Stefan Lazarevic

 

SPIRITUAL SIDE OF MLADENOVAC

Despot Stefan Lazarević (1377-1427) was the son of the successor of Saint Serbian Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović and princess Milica. In the times when this noble ruler ruled, Belgrade was the centre of commerce, crafts and diplomacy and source of art and literacy but historical stage of great wars and suffering of Serbian people. Only two years after the battle near Angora in 1402, where he was in command of hard armoured wing, he was rewarded by Byzantine tzar and became despot, one of the highest Byzantine titles. Despot Stefan got Belgrade from the Austrian king to be its ruler, which he was spellbound.

Almost all sacral objects built from the end of the 14th and the beginning of the 15th centuries tell about his presence in the area of today Mladenovac municipality. He enlarged and rebuilt monastery Tresije on Kosmaj which was built at the end of the 13th and the 14th century by king Dragutin as well as monastery Pavlovac. He also protected monasteries Kasteljan and Velika Ivanča and the Kosmaj peaks under the Holly Cross. He died on Kosmaj on 19 July 1427. On the place where he died in Crkvine, his companion Đurađ Zubović put a stone obelisk which is preserved until now and it was protected in 1979 as a monument of exceptional importance for the state. The name of Despot Stefan Lazarević is the name of the local library in Mladenovac.