Serbia is a nation that is located in the southeastern and central Europe. The largest city and the capital of Serbia is Belgrade. This city has about two million people residing in it and Belgrade has a lot to offer to its local as well as the tourists as it has many historical and cultural monuments, museums, sporting events, artistic events, etc.

The population of the country follows different religions and some of the religions that they follow are Roman Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Serbia and Islam. The Jat Airways is one of the oldest airlines in the world and Serbia is the owner of this airline carrier.

Serbia has three international airports and they are the Vršac international airport, the Niš Constantine the Great Airport and the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. The country is connected to other European countries by railway lines and international roads.

Tourism is also an important part of Serbia’s economy and it is well-known for its fishing areas, curative spas, historical monuments, cultural monuments and hunting grounds.

The flora and fauna of the country is breathtaking. The spas that are frequented by most tourists are Vrnjacka Banja and Palic. Serbia is also well-known for its wildlife because it is rich and colorful.

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    Devil's Town (Davolja Varos)

    Davolja Varos is a peculiar rock formation, located in south Serbia on the Radan Mountain near Kursmlija. It features 202 exotic formations described as earth pyramids or "towers", as the locals refer to them.

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    Gamzigrad (Felix Romuliana)

    Gamzigrad is an archaeological site, spa resort and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Serbia, located south of the Danube river, near the city of Zajecar. It is the location of the ancient Roman complex of palaces and temples Felix Romuliana, built by Emperor Galerius. The main area covers 10 acres (40,000 m²).

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    Gracanica Monastery

    Gracanica is a Serbian Orthodox monastery located in Kosovo. It was rebuilt by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin in 1321 on the ruins of a 6th-century early Christian three-naved basilica.

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    Manasija monastery

    Manasija, is a Serb Orthodox monastery near Despotovac, Serbia, founded by Despot Stefan Lazarevic between 1406 and 1418. The church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity.

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    Patriarchate of Pec

    The Patriarchate of Pec is a Serbian Orthodox monastery located near Pec, in Kosovo. The complex of churches is the spiritual seat and mausoleum of the Serbian archbishops and patriarchs.

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    Studenica Monastery

    The Studenica monastery is a 12th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery situated 39 km southwest of Kraljevo, in central Serbia. It is one of the largest and richest Serb Orthodox monasteries.

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    Visoki Decani

    The Visoki Decani monastery is located by the Decanska Bistrica river gorge at the foot of the Prokletije Mountains, in western Kosovo.