Tesla Tesla In the plan for the construction of an ethno-museum complex, there will be the Holy Cross in the centre, surrounded by separate architectural units for each of Nikola Tesla’s ancestral families. The family of Protopresbyter Milutin One of the two central exhibits is dedicated to the Tesla family, to which Protopresbyter Milutin belonged, an Orthodox priest who was a clergyman, polyhistor, polyglot, a defender of his people and an excellent preacher. Visitors will also be able to meet the characters of Milutin's relatives, such as his brother Josif, a member of the military class and an exceptionally good mathematician. The history of the Tesla family, its origin, the way it came to Lika, the fate of the family in World War II and today, as well as many other topics will be presented in a way that is receptive to visitors. In addition to interesting information, a section with artifacts directly related to the Tesla family is planned, which connects the Zlatar region with words of Tesla's first biographer, John O'Neill, who in his book Prodigal Genius states that Tesla's ancient ancestors came from southwestern part of Serbia, on the border with Montenegro.