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Probably the oldest house in Srem (part of Serbia between Sava and Danube) known as the Turkish House.
Ljubica Eškičević, the nephew of the famous Serbian academic painter Vaso Eškičević, wrote as a kind of memory of the old inhabitants of Irig, that it was the house of a Turkish nobleman, most likely aga, built at the end of the 17th century, between 1680 and 1700.
The Turks were expelled from Srem in 1716 and the material remains of their rule (1526 to 1716) are very rare, especially such large buildings.
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