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ARAČA (Арача)

Sitting in a grassy field are the ruins of Arača, a 13th-century Romanesque church which was once surrounded by an entire village, but after repeated razing across the hundreds of years of its existence now stands hauntingly in the middle of cornfields, with birds nesting in the old walls...

KIKINDA (Кикинда)

Kikinda is a city and the North Banat in the province of Vojvodina. From 1774 to 1874 Kikinda was the seat of the District of Velika Kikinda, an autonomous administrative unit of the Habsburg Monarchy. In 1893 Kikinda was granted the status of a city in Habsburg Monarchy and it became...

PALIĆ LAKE (Палићко језеро)

Palić lake is located in Vojvodina, 8 kilometers from the town of Subotica. It is the largest natural lake in Serbia with the deepest point at 3,5 meters. The water is salty because the lake was created from the ancient Pannonian Sea that once bathed the shores of today’s Pannonian Plain...

SUBOTICA (Суботица)

One of the most beautiful cities in the region of Vojvodina is located only 10 kilometers from the border between Serbia and Hungary. It’s one of Serbia’s most multicultural towns first mentioned in 1391. Through its long history, Subotica often changed its rulers, countries...

BAČ FORTRESS (Тврђава Бач)

Historically, the town of Bač has been a major crossroad point and one of the most developed parts of the Kingdom of Hungary. Bač Fortress is the most important medieval monument in the province of Vojvodina located on the outskirts of the town. There are records of a fort at the site...

SREMSKI KARLOVCI (Сремски Карловци)

Sremski Karlovci is scattered between the green slopes of Fruška Gora and the blue Danube. In 1698–99 the village was the site of a 72-day congress that ended hostilities between the Ottoman Empire and various European states in the Treaty of Carlowitz. By this treaty, the Habsburgs took...

FRUŠKA GORA (Фрушка гора)

Ninety million years ago, Fruška Gora mountain was an island in the Pannonian sea. Now it’s the only mountain in the flat Vojvodina, raised in the shape of a narrow reef, from which extend single lateral reefs flourishing with oak, hornbeam, beech, and basswood forests. There is...

NOVI SAD (Нови Сад)

the Austrians into the present huge structure after 1699 as part of the military frontier with the Ottoman Empire. During the period of Turkish rule of Serbia south of the Danube, Novi Sad became a center of Serbian culture in Austrian lands, especially after the Serbian literary society...

ZASAVICA (Засавица)

One of the last authentically preserved wetlands in the nation, Zasavica hit the headlines at the turn of the century when it became the center of a drive to reintroduce beavers into the country. In the reserve, you can find 192 species of flora and fauna that are completely unique in...

TRŠIĆ (Тршић)

The village of Tršić is situated in the hilly area in the Southern – West part of the River Jadar Valley. It is the birthplace of the Serbian linguist and language reformer, Vuk Stefanović Karadžić. The ethno-complex is a village of the Dinaric type from the 19th century. The whole...