The estate in Kulpin (near the town of Backi Petrovac) includes two manors in the style of classicism; both built in the first half of the 19th century, for aristocratic family Stratimirovic, one of the first Serbian families who got the aristocratic title in the Austrian empire. At the end of the 19th century, Dunderski family became the owner of the estate so the manor got its name. After the World War II, the whole estate was nationalized and converted into a State’s property.
The main manor, a classicist in style, is surrounded by a 5 hectare park. Due to the age and variety of plant species this arboretum is registered as natural heritage. The complex also includes an administrative building, a blacksmith, a horse stable and a granary.
Nowadays the former stable houses an Agricultural Museum. The permanent exhibition shows the history of growing hops, wheat, hemp, the development of cattle and hog-breeding, and dairy industry.