Drvengrad (German Küstendorf; Kustendorf) is a Serbian ethno village in the municipality of Gore Wet Paper. Drvengrad is located at the crossroads of Zlatibor and Tara.
Founded and built on a hill Mećavnik the design of a film director Emir Kusturica for the film "Life is a miracle." Topping village Mokra Gora and height on the same level with the railway station Jatare through which the narrow gauge railway "Sargan Eight".
Drvengrad is a ethnic village in the city form and structure. In the form of a rectangle whose long (major) axis at one end of a front gate, which is the main street and spread to another where there is a small wooden Orthodox church with a wooden belfry. The church was built in the tradition of Russian wooden church (see picture gallery) and dedicated to St. Sava. In the central part of the village square is paved with wooden cubes and cut wood sills and surrounded with cottages. The huts are authentic, and transferred some of these regions, and some of the Serbian Republic, in the form of skeleton and placed on stone foundations. In each of these features are typical for a city:
library Underground Cinema (located underground)
pastry, with homemade cakes and natural juices National Restaurant Lotte folk arts and crafts shops of the area
Streets in the village were named after famous personalities of culture and science.
The jury of Brussels Foundation for Architecture Philip Rotije this Kusturičino construction as the best architectural achievement in the past three years in Europe.
Emir Kusturica explains Drvengrad words:
Vikicitati "I invented a city that seems to be still living in it. A never. "