Opening of Reconstructed Knjaz Miloš Pavilion
Aranđelovac, June 23, 2016 – After several months of careful reconstruction, Knjaz Miloš company and its partners – Aranđelovac Municipality, Special Hospital „Bukovička banja“ and Government of the Kingdom of Norway – had a great pleasure of presenting the reconstructed Knjaz Miloš Pavilion, which got a new shine.
During the special presentation of the reconstructed pavilion, speeches were held by Bojan Radović, president of Aranđelovac municipality, Arne Sanes Bjornstad, ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Serbia, Slobodan Prodanović, director of Special Hospital Bukovička banja, as well as Miloš Stojisavljević, general manager of Knjaz Miloš company.
„It is a great pleasure to meet you here, in Aranđelovac, a city that is very important for Knjaz Miloš company. We gathered here because of the reconstructed Knjaz Miloš Pavilion, which has a great historical importance and is a symbol of our company. Knjaz Miloš Pavilion was built at the place of the oldest mineral water spring in Serbia, and was also the first mineral water bottling factory. I, personally, am honoured that Knjaz Miloš company continues this tradition for more than two centuries”, said Miloš Stojisavljević, general manager of Knjaz Miloš company.
Knјаz Miloš Pavilion was built in 1907 at the location of the oldest mineral water spring in Serbia, and was also the first mineral water bottling factory in the country, which was why its reconstruction was a project of great importance for Knjaz Miloš company and city of Aranđelovac.