“Dobro došli u Zemun”: Bunar na Pregrevici

U serijalu tekstova “Dobro došli u Zemun” koji slede predstavićemo Vam lokacije koje u Zemunu, koje nikoga do sada nisu ostavile ravnodušnim. Ova opština nudi sve što čoveka zanima počevši od istorijskih građevina i ličnosti, noćni život, prelepu arhitekturu, čak i skrivene delove na prvi pogled neistražene, i jednostavno, svoj jedinstveni duh.

U tekstu o arteskim bunarima mogli ste da pročitate o sistemu i načinu upotrebe, a zanimljivost oko ovog bunara je što je on među poslednjima izašao iz upotrebe i najočuvaniji je.

Ova zanimljiva sprava je samo ostatak nečega što su davnih godina naši preci koristili da bi se snabdeli vodom. Prema zvaničnim podacima ovakvih bunara u Zemunu je nekada bilo 145, u pitanju je 1940. godina. Od tog broja 62 su bili javni bunari, ostatak se nalazio na privatnom posedu.

Sam naziv govorio je da ovi bunari moraju biti duboki po nekoliko desetina metara. Ovakav oblik snabdevanja bio je uglavnom u Vojvodini.

Ova voda vađena je iz Dunava i nakon spajanja sa kišnicom je taložena nakon čega je mogla da se upotrebljava i za piće.

In the following series of texts “Welcome to Zemun”, we will present you locations in Zemun, which have not left anyone indifferent so far. This municipality offers everything a person is interested in, starting with historical buildings and personalities, nightlife, beautiful architecture, even hidden parts unexplored at first glance, and simply, its unique spirit.

In the text about artesian wells, you could read about the system and the method of use, and the interesting thing about this well is that it is one of the last to go out of use and is the best preserved.

This interesting device is just a remnant of something that our ancestors used long ago to supply themselves with water. According to official data, there used to be 145 such wells in Zemun, in 1940. Of that number, 62 were public wells, the rest were on private property.

The name itself said that these wells must be several tens of meters deep. This form of supply was mainly in Vojvodina.

This water was extracted from the Danube and after mixing with rainwater, it was deposited, after which it could be used for drinking.

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