The town of Brus is the seat of the municipality of the same name, located at the average 450 m above sea level. The town was built and developed nearby the Graševačka river, surrounded by the clearings, which makes it especially attractive. It is located 246 km away from Belgrade and can be reached via the town of Kruševac. The municipality of Brus covers a territory in central Serbia and borders with the municipalities of Aleksandrovac, Raška, Blace, Kuršumlija, Leposavić and Kruševac. It belongs to the District of the Rasina, with the seat in Kruševac, and is connected with the neighboring communities and the world by a good network of regional and local roads. Around the end of the 19th century, Brus became the center of the District of Koznik and remained it all until 1953. It is exactly in this place that the Serbian Regent Aleksandar Karadjordjević, the Bulgarian king Ferdinand and the Montenegrin Sirdar Janko Vukotić met and agreed upon the Balkan Alliance against the Turks. Brus is an air spa. It abounds in the springs of warm and cold water. Hunt tourism and particularly sports tourism are developed. The majority of the population live by doing agriculture and engaging in agricultural production. Out of 60,000 ha of the soil surfaces, the pastures account for 53.2%. To a smaller extent, agricultural households are engaged in farming cultures, for the most part raspberries, blackberries, currants, then growing plums, apples and grapes. The population is also engaged in cattle breeding. In Brus, there are remains of the sanctuary of Metođe, built as early as in the 3rd century, whereas the monastery of Lepenica dates back in the 15th century. The village of Kriva Reka, in which there is the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, dating back in the first quarter of the 17th century, is located 25 km away from Brus, on the eastern side of the slopes of Kopaonik. Grabovnica – Gradište or Gobelja is the place where there are remains of a mediaeval town, located on a hill in the shape of a bramble, dominating the town of Brus. The town covered the territory of the two hills connected by a natural traverse with a wall over it. Because of the position dominating the view of the Rasina and the roads passing there, tourists gladly visit this place. The remains of the town of Zlatari – Gradište, located on a hill where Gradiško and Suvajsko streams meet, are also interesting. At least according to the remains, the mediaeval town was in the shape of an ellipse and was built of broken stone and mortar.