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Vojinović Tower (Serbian: Војиновића Кула, Vojinovića Kula) or Old Tower (Albanian: Kulla e Vjetër) or Vučitrn (English: Wolf thorn) is a city fortifications in Vučitrn, Kosovo. It was the seat of Đurađ Branković (1427–1456) in the time while he was district lord of Kosovo. Later chroniclers (Ami Bue, Giljferding) are noted that the fort itself is derived from Dušan time, and that it is the old fortress with a tower in the middle of the town.
Vojinović Tower Wikipedia
Today, of the entire fort survived only Donjon Tower that the people called Vojinović Tower with part of wall in the form of a square. Donjon itself belongs to the most beautiful tower of its kind in this part of the Serbia because of its fine proportions and properly sort stones in its walls. On that walls (thick about 3 m), the remains of Machicolation, Putlog holes or Hoardings can be seen, and in addition to the closed ground, had the floor, over which there was an open top of the tower with battlement on. As all Donjon, Vojinović Tower also had no entrance in the basement, but only on the floor with the southern side and it is approached by wooden stairs that in a case of emergency could be easily removed.
Most of the former capital of Đurađ Branković disappeared during Ottoman period when the space fortress became the seat of government and administrative Bey, while the ground floor of the tower used as a warehouse for the grain (barley, corn, wheat) that are collected on behalf of Bey taxes. Former entrance gates, located next to the tower (at a distance of 1m) in North wall and has semicircle shape, was embowered and immured, and instead of that one, new was opened on the East wall.
Today, of the whole former fortress survived only Donjon Tower with walls around it to form a square courtyard base. Their height is 4 m - 5 m, with the exception of southern wall that faces the main street with the bottom of the slope (height 1.2m - 1.5m, sally 0.35m - 0.4 m) whose height is 6 m - 7 m.
Vojinović Tower was declared Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1990, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia.