Tršić is a village in the municipality of Loznica in the Mačva district in Serbia. According to the 2002 census, there were 1,263 people (according to the census of 1991, there were 1,210 inhabitants) is located 9 km southeast of Loznica and the birthplace of Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic. The village is an ethnographic park with a memorial house, objects of folk architecture and facilities for visitors.
When creating ethno-parks, special attention was paid to the desire to permanently label and preserve the memory of Vuk and his work, and to preserve the natural environment and spatial values. 1933 at the place where the house of Vuk Karadzic family erected a memorial house, a two-part log cabins, part of the basement, with a steep roof covered with shingles. One part of the structure consists of “House” and room and another outbuilding, distillery and basket of corn. “House” is a department with an open fireplace, furniture and dishes, typical for houses from the 19th century. The room contains a bed, table, bench, icons, gusle, and Vuk’s portrait from 1816, the work of Pavel Djurkovic.
On the occasion of 100 years of Vuk’s death (in 1964) was built in an amphitheater with a stage that suits the needs of organizing Vuk Vuk Parliament and the Children’s Parliament, a 1987 Tršić receives a comprehensive look as cultural and historical monuments continent.
Recently, the Tršiću come to life and rural tourism by converting family homes in attractive facilities designed to accommodate guests, so it is now possible to visit this picturesque city and stay in it a few days and enjoy the delights of local cuisine as well as natural rural environment.