The Danube river (2850 km) flows through the northern third of the country; it is 588 km long and forms the border with Croatia and part of Romania, alongside the Wallachian Plain in the east.The Sava river forms the southern border of the Vojvodina province, flows into the Danube in central Belgrade, and bypasses the hills of the Fruška Gora in the west.Through our extensive profiles, members can learn about each other before meeting in person.Our great quality assurance and customer service means all you have to worry about is looking good in your photo.
Later, it expanded its territory further south to include Kosovo and Metohija and the regions of Raška and Vardar Macedonia.
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Contents [hide] 1 Geography 1.1 Climate 1.2 National parks 2 History 2.1 Medieval Serb kingdoms and the Empire 2.2 Ottoman/Austrian rule 2.3 Serbian revolution and independence 2.4 Rise of the Kingdom/Crownland of Vojvodina 2.5 World War I and the birth of the "First Yugoslavia" 2.5.1 Casualties 2.5.2 Kingdom of Yugoslavia 2.6 World War II and persecution of Serbs 2.6.1 Coup d'état and "Nedic's Serbia" 2.6.2 Persecution of Serbs in wartime-Croatia 2.7 SFRJ, the "Second Yugoslavia" 2.8 SRJ, the "Third Yugoslavia" and the Kosovo War 2.9 Democracy/State Union 2.10 Republic of Serbia 3 Government and politics 3.1 Administrative subdivisions 4 Demographics 4.1 Cities 5 Religion 6 Economy 7 Culture 7.1 Tourism 7.2 Education 8 Infrastructure 8.1 Communications 8.2 Transportation 9 Holidays 10 See also 11 References 12 External links Geography Main article: Geography of Serbia Serbia is located in Europe, on the Balkan peninsula and in the Pannonian Plain.
It is placed at the crossroads between Central, Southern and Eastern Europe.
All five rivers are navigable, connecting the country with Northern and Western Europe (through the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal – North Sea route), to Eastern Europe (via the Tisa–, Timis–, Begej – and Danube – Black sea routes) and to Southern Europe (via the Sava river).