Veliko Selo, Palilula
The tavern was built in the first decades of the nineteenth century, at the time of intensive commercial traffic with Austria. The big tavern was then the meeting place of traveling merchants and the local people. By its architectural type the tavern is a symbiosis of the Moravska style village house and the village house from Vojvodina. It is a very successful example of the coexistence of these opposite, although geographically close types of vernacular architecture. It was built in timber frame with filling in stone and unbaked brick and black tile roof covering.
By its historic and sociological importance, the old tavern in Veliko Selo is a materialized expression of the economic position, the building and visual understanding, taste and social tendencies of its environment. Apart from its importance for the historic development of Veliko Selo, the old tavern, with its then monumental size, is also a document of the vital needs of a social environment permanently fighting for greater material welfare and social prosperity. Its has the significance of a cultural monument as a turning point towards the shaping of the so called, more recent village house that will be dominant in Serbia in the
Službeni list grada Beograda br. 19/81