Prenčov village is located in Štiavnické vrchy Mts., closely to Sitno hill. The first mention of Prenčov was mentioned in documents as early as 1266. In the past, the life of people in village was difficult. They were mostly engaged in agriculture, work in the forest, blacksmithing, butchery, pottery and milling. There were several clay quarries in the vicinity of Prenčov, from which the clay was transported to Banská Štiavnica. Here, Zachar pipes were made from it, which became famous not only in Austria-Hungary, but also all over the world. The personality of Slovak national and scientific life, the founder of the Slovak Museum Society and several charitable associations - Adrej Kmeť - is intrinsically connected with Prenčov. Andrej Kmeť discovered the basic stages of human activity in the prehistoric period through his archaeological research in the Prenčov and its immediate surroundings. He had many hobbies and one of them was botany. During his walks here, he discovered many types of plants, especially roses.