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Windmill in Curug Village

"Čurug, Windmill without blades" by Author:Sors bona - Own work. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.
Windmill in Curug Village
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It is one of the rare surviving windmills in Serbia

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Windmill in Curug, place in the municipality Zabalj, is a cultural monument in the category of immovable cultural property of great importance. Its mechanism was built in Hungary in 1843. Windmill also known as “Rodjina windmill” by the owners of the family Stojsin, which still own it today. Because of the expansion of the Curug Village, the windmill was twice moved and on the present site is from 1912. Its work is stopped in 1970s. It is built of brick in the form of a truncated cone with a conical roof clad with shingles. The interior is divided into four levels: ground floor, two floors and attic.

Opening hours

Every day 0-24

How to get there

By Highway Belgrade-Novi Sad, exit Novi Sad and by road to Zabalj-Curug