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Užice is the economic and cultural centre of Zlatibor District. The city has a rich history, dating back to the time of Roman emperor Jovian (363-364). Užice was first mentioned in historical documents in 1331, when it was under Serbian king Stefan Dušan's rule. During Ottoman rule (14th–19th century), Užice belonged to the Sanjak of Smederevo and later to Novi Pazar Vilayet. In 1878, during Ottoman rule, there were 1,400 houses with 6800 inhabitants in Užice; two thirds were Muslims while one third were Orthodox Serbs. The city lies on both banks of river Đetinja ("Đeta"), which is also called "Zlatarica" ("the gilder").