The Redžepagić Tower is the oldest and most interesting housing-defence facility in the city of Plav. It was built in 1671 by Hasan-beg Redžepagić. The tower has three floors connected by wooden indoor stairs. Two floors are made of stone and the third one of wood. On each side of the building, on the second floor, there are covered wooden balconies.
Ground floor was used for horses and as a warehouse, and on the first floor there were rooms intended for sitting, sleeping and eating. Loopholes are made in the walls over one metre thick. The tower is now hosting the local ethnographic collection.