Monumnet to Petar II Petrovi Njegos
The monument was unveiled on 28 and 29 May, 1934 thanks to Jovan Dučić, who bought the location fom it from catholic church. The monument was made by the well-known sculptor Tomo Rosandic, who was an apprentice of the famous Ivan Mestrovic. This is the first monument honoring Njegos in the world.
The city park is a favourite place for children’s play, walking, as well as resting. In the city park, near the fountain, there is a memorial to the fallen fighters against fascism, as well as he Church of The Holy Transfiguration of God, adorned with a monument honoring the Serbian patriarch Pavle.