Old town of Mičevac

The old town of Mičevac was located in the Trebinje parish, on the right bank of the River Trebišnjica. It is not known when it was built but, as tradition says, it was built by Duke Mičeta, and was named after its founder. According to Lucarius, a Dubrovnik chronicler, Mičevac was first mentioned as a fortress in 1042. The old town played the most important role while it was in the hands of Pavlović noble family, Herzog Stjepan and his son Vladislav, but after fierce resistance in 1466 it fell under the Ottoman rule together with Trebinje.