SERBIA

Location: South-east Europe – Balkan peninsula
Population: 7.400.000
Capitol: Belgrade (1.700.000)
Climate: continental
Time zone: Middle European, CET (GMT + 1 sat)
Surface: 88.361 km2

NATIONAL PARKS:

There are five national parks in Serbia: Đerdap, Fruška Gora, Kopaonik, Šar-planina and Tara. Separate public companies have been set up to organize and administrate each of the national parks. These national parks have a significance which goes beyond the borders of Serbia and they are members of the European EUROPARC national parks federation.

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Šar-planina

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Đerdap

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Tara

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Kopaonik

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Fruška gora

MOUNTAINS

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Zlatar

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Golija

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Stara planina

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Divčibare

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Zlatibor

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Kopaonik

NATURE PARKS:

In Serbia there are twenty nature parks and regional nature parks, which are entrusted to the care of the “Srbijašume” public company or to local public or city service companies. Serbia’s nature parks are: Golija, the Kučaj mountains, the Sićevačka Klisura gorge, Stara Planina, Šargan – Mokra Gora, Palić, Zlatibor, Zobnatica, Tikvara, Jegrička, the Stara Tisa river near Biserno Ostrvo, Grmija, Ponjavica, Begečka Jama and Kamaraš. The UNESCO MAB Council has designated part of the Golija nature park as the Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve.

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Šargan – Mokra gora

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Palić

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Stara planina

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Golija

NATURE RESERVES:

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Zasavica

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Obedska bara

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Carska bara

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Klisura reke Uvac

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Klisura reke Trešnjice

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Karađorđevo

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Deliblatska peščara

NATURAL MONUMENTS:

Among most famous naturals monuments in Serbia are Đavolja varoš and Mlava and Krupaj springs.

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Vrelo Mlave i Krupajsko vrelo

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Đavolja varoš

RIVERS:

Serbia’s rivers belong to the drainage basins of the Black, Adriatic and Aegean seas. Three rivers are fully navigable in Serbia: the Danube, Sava and Tisa. The Velika Morava and Tamiš rivers are partially navigable. The longest river to flow through Serbia is the Danube, 588 km of its total 2783 km-long course, and over 90% of the river basin is occupied by this river.

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Tisa

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Velika Morava

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Sava

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LAKES:

The largest lake in Serbia is the artificial reservoir on the Danube, the Đerdapsko Jezero lake, with an area of 253 km2, followed by Vlasinsko Jezero (16 km2) and Perućačko Jezero (12.4 km2). Particularly attractive for tourism are Ludaško Jezero, Palićko Jezero, Srebrno Jezero (Silver Lake) and the Belocrkvanska Jezera lakes.

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Belocrkvanska jezera

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Srebrno jezero

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Palićko jezero

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Niš

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