The memorial house of Koco Racin

The house of one of the greatest poets between the two World Wars, Kosta Solev Racin, was completely reconstructed in 1962. The ground floor is made of stone, the white-coloured façade dominate on the first floor, while the roof is steep and made of tiles. A wooden double gate leads to the corridor, which is a small one, connecting the first floor, the bakery, the balcony and the pottery workshop. The workshop is wide, and there is a small shelter in its floor. On the opposite side, a balcony with stairs leads to an upper balcony. In his memorial house today there are many of his scripts, along with many other memories related to his life and work.