Središče ob Dravi
Središče is first mentioned in written records in 1255, when the nobility of Ptuj accepted it as a Hungarian feudal estate. Archaeological findings reveal a prehistoric settlement from the Young Stone Age, Roman coins, and remains of buildings with traces of previous and early Slavic settlements. In the Middle Ages, the settlement developed around the castle with towers, which the Turks later destroyed during their invasions. The town of Središče ob Dravi grows between the Drava River and vineyards, whose history reaches back to the Neolithic period.