The fortress was built on the half of the XII century and it is considered to be Hungarian city from 1154. which was owned by despot Đurđ. According to some authors, the town is a bit younger, built in 1332. by the order of Mačva ban Jovan Maroti. The fortress had two towers. It was built of bricks, rampart walls are very massive about 2m wide. On the outside walls (about 2,5m high) you can clearly see outside walls which are strengthened. Until now there were no archeological explorations. It lies on the higher surface where river Studva flows into the river Bosut. Judging by this, the hill where the fortress is, was made artificially, by filling, and the fortress before this was much larger (it was on the bigger surface, probably even the place where today is the orthodox church). In it’s time the fortress was circled by canals all around, while today one of the canals is filled. Actually, river Studva probably didn’t have this flow and that Morović people artificially put it on this way. There are some legends about secret halls under the fortress and even under Bosut. The things that can specially amaze you about the fortress are it’s solid walls which, apart a lot of the centuries of it’s existence and constant presence of water, didn’t make any harm on it.
Address : Morović