National hero Slobodan Jović (1918-1944) was born in Kučevo and as a very young man he entered the Labor Movement and then in 1941, he entered National Liberation War. By vocation, he was a graphic – printmaker. In the period from August 1941 to June 1944 he was working for an illegal pressroom of the Communist party Yugoslavia Central Committee in the middle of occupied city of Belgrade. When the pressroom was discovered by occupiers, he first burnt the documentation and the archive and then took his own life.
The birth house of national hero Slobodan Jović is located in Kučevo, in No 136 Svetog Save Street. It was built in 1910 on the street regulation line. It consists of the ground floor and a cellar. It is of a rectangular base, of bigger dimensions with a four – sloped roof covered with tile. The walls are made in half – timbered construction and crumbling material composite. The interior and exterior wall surfaces are plastered with mud mortar and whitewashed. The house facades do not have decorative plastic.
The street façade holds a memorial plaque to Slobodan Jović.