The poet Miklós Radnóti wrote here some of the most beautiful poems ever written in Hungarian during his forced labour (1944) in the copper mines.
The Faculty was accredited as a scientific-research organisation in the area of technical-technological science in 2007.
So far 1804 students graduated at this faculty, in addition to 18 students that completed specialist studies, 122 master studies and 70 students that defended doctoral theses.
During the period, roughly 6,000 people were imprisoned at the camp and worked at the copper mines.
The prisoners were mostly of Jewish descent, as well as Sabbatarians and Jehovah's Witnesses.
On 16 December 2010, it was officially announced that from 2011 in this city will start Troicki's Tennis Academy, which will carry his name "Viktor Troicki".
The Academy will cover 12,000 square meters, close to five-stars hotel "Jezero".
In 2011, the average gross monthly wage in the city of Bor was US0 (€540, 54649 RSD, 944 NZD) - As of August 2011 This average monthly wage is set to receive a large increase as soon as the modernizing of RTB Bor begins (including the flow-on effects, i.e.
Further business investment in the city, etc.) Technical Faculty of Bor is a faculty of the University of Belgrade, with tradition dating back to 1961.
It is a rather big island, with an area size of about 1.1057 hectares.