The Memorial House of the national hero Kosta Stamenković represents an immovable cultural property as a cultural monument. Kosta Stamenković (Leskovac, 3 October 1893 – Šilovo, 26 March 1942) was a participant in the National Liberation Struggle and a national hero of Yugoslavia. A house where this revolutionary, communist and labours’ rights activist lived was opened to visitors in 1969. It has got three rooms with the interior of a labour house from the beginning of the 20th century. The rooms left and right of the entrance are the memorial rooms of Kosta Stamenković and his daughter Lepša Stamenković, also a revolutionary and communist, with their personal belongings. Documents and photographs in the lobby show the development of the labour movement from 1918 to 1942. This house was placed under the state protection by Resolution of the Republic Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments on 27.04.1950. A donation contract of the National Museum in Leskovac and the successor of Kosta Stamenković, dated from 16 May 1975, this real estate was transferred to the National Museum in Leskovac.