Here are many business stores that offer the goods from domestic and international producers.
At the end of the 19th century in the Gospodska Street (the Street of Veselin Masleša) a line of Neo-Renaissance buildings was raised, and later on a building with stylistic elements of secession, with rich decoration on the wreaths, around the windows and balconies and decorative towers on the edges, making the representative walking zone in the centre of the city. Today in these objects along the Gospodska Street there are many business stores that offer the goods from domestic and international producers.
Based on one legend, in 1878, a banjaluka trader Tomo Radulovic wrote a sign on his shop Albania which said Gospodska street (gentleman’s street). It was a sort of a joke but the Austro-Hungarian authorities accepted the name for the street.
There were many other names for the street throughout the history. The real name of the street today is Veselin Maslesa street, named after a writer, activist and partisan from Banja Luka but the locals call it Gospodska.
The street is decorated by numerous building of European style and of the most important ones is located in the middle of the street. It is the building of the old city pub which was the place to take a break and have lunch. The street ends at the Municipality building and transforms into the Ban Tisa Milosavljevic street.