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Izletiste u Jagodini.

Pogled na deo izletista u Jagidini.
Prema tvrdnji putopisca Feliksa Kanica, na brdu se nalazio rimski kastel i crkvica, koju je po nekim izvorima, dao sagraditi despot Djuradj Brankovic. Park Djurdjevo brdo poznato je i pod imenom Araclijski potok. Naziv je dobilo po Atanasiju Ivanovicu Aracliji (18011896). Njegov sin Stefan Ivanovic zavestao svoje imanje, koje je bilo poznato pod nazivom Araclijski potok (na Djurdjevom brdu), u Jagodinskoj Opstini. Uslov je bio da opstina sagradi javni park. Opstina je to i uradila 1904. godine. Na ulazu u park opstina je podigla cesmu u spomen na Stevu Ivanovica i njegove roditelje Atanasija, Sofiju i bracu.



The picnic area in Jagodina.

A view of the picnic area in Jagidina.
According to the claim of the travel writer Felix Kanic, there was a Roman castle and a small church on the hill, which according to some sources, was built by the despot Djuradj Brankovic. Park Djurdjevo brdo is also known by the name Araclijski potok. It was named after Atanasi Ivanovic Araclija (1801-1896). His son Stefan Ivanovic bequeathed his property, which was known as Araclijski Potok (on Djurdjev Brdo), in Jagodina Municipality. The condition was that the municipality build a public park. The municipality did that in 1904. At the entrance to the park, the municipality erected a fountain in memory of Steva Ivanovic and his parents Atanasi, Sofia and brothers.

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