Botoš (Hungarian- Bótos, Romania- Boka, German – Botosch) is the town of Zrenjanin in the Central Banat District. According to the 2011 census, there were 1,860 inhabitants. Botoš is one of the most famous villages in this area around the Tamiš River. Botoš has good economic and economic connections with other surrounding towns, as well as with Zrenjanin.

He lived in Botoş and traces left a still Neolithic man. Many peoples in prehistory, the first centuries of history, have passed through here to this day. People were shifting, intertwined with customs, culture.

For the Botanical Gardens, several valuable archaeological discoveries are linked, from the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The location of the village was settled between 3000 and 2000 BC, and belongs to Vinca group, as evidenced by numerous archaeological finds found at this locality.

Botoš was not always in the place where he is today. The village was located on the shores of Tamis at a place called Talad, which now forms a region of the great Botoš. Considering that this is a very old settlement, its first inhabitants have built their settlements by the river, in order to have drinking water, so Botoš is built right next to Timiş. Botoš, no doubt, is a very old Slovenian settlement. In the written monuments, Botoš is mentioned under this name in 1347, and at the beginning of the 17th century it is in the list of places written in the “Kruševski talk”. The medieval Botoš then belonged to the metropolitan area which was an integral part of the Hungarian territory. It was a purely Serbian settlement, whose inhabitants were Orthodox faiths.