In the city center there is the old city trade and craft core “Stara čaršija” and represents the most recognizable part of Knjazevac. The old bazaar consists of an upper array of buildings dating back to the period of Turkish rule and the lower series that arose after the liberation. The buildings of the upper row were with older craft shops, while the lower row buildings on the ground floor had shops and residential space on the first floor.
I’m going to mention the old bazaar with special admiration. In 1910. Traveling to the east, the famous architect Le Corbusier visited Knjaževac. Inspired by the picturesque streets and the architecture of the city, he made a drawing of Knjaževac in the technique of Van Gogh. This valuable document is kept in the National Museum in Belgrade.