This is Serbia

It is located in the centre of the Balkan Peninsula, in southeastern Europe. The northern portion belongs to central Europe, but in terms of geography and climate it is also partly a Mediterranean country. Serbia is landlocked but as a Danube country it is connected to distant seas and oceans. Serbia is at crossroads of Europe and a geopolitically important territory. The international roads and railway lines, which run through the country’s river valleys, form the shortest link between Western Europe and the Middle East.

What you can visit

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  • Golubac fortress

    Golubac fortress

    The fortress consists of nine towers up to 25 m high and linked by stone walls. In the old times, the fortress was surrounded and protected by water canals, and it could be entered only across a wooden bridge. There is also one entrance directly from the Danube, which was probably made for emergency purposes.

  • Lazar's canyon

    Lazar's canyon

    Lazarev Kanjon (‘Lazar’s Canyon’) is in eastern Serbia and is part of eastern Kučaj. Lazarev Kanjon is important for its relief, its water-formed features and its natural life.

  • Devil's Town

    Devil's Town

    In the south of Serbia, 27 km south-east of Kursumlija, lies a first-class natural landmark – Djavolja Varos (”Devil’s Town”).

Capital is Belgrade

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