The site of Brestove međe is located on the borderline between the boroughs of Vojka, Ugrinovci and Nova Pazova. It contains remnants of settlements, necropolises and parts of the Roman road. The site is identified as the Roman Mutatio Novitiana situated on the Roman road Sirmium – Taurunum – Singidunum. After the archeological excavations in 1966 and according to the material found and its typological and chronological analysis, it was concluded that there had been life in this station from the first century to late antiquity, with the material characteristic of the Roman imperial period. The station was built on the remains of an older La Tène settlement found during the digging. The archeological material is now in the collection of the National Museum in Zemun. The perfectly preserved remains of architecture, roads and movable material, found in the cultural layers of this station, contain significant information for the study of the Roman limes and Roman history in this part of Srem.
Rešenje Zavoda za zaštitu spomenika kulture grada Beograda br. 416/5 od 13.12.1966.