Serbia, it is a country in Balkans. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia.
Serbia, formally recognized as the Republic of Serbia, is a nation at the connection of Central and Southeast Europe that shields the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the Central Balkans. In relation to its small size, history and culture, Serbia is a very diverse country, which is characterized by transitional characteristics. Serbia is a landlocked country, and Hungary borders Hungary in the north. Romania and Bulgaria are in the east, Macedonia in the south, Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro in the west and Albania in controversial Kosovo.
On political map, you can see the major rivers, capital, roads and neighboring countries.
The third largest city in Serbia is a transit point between Belgrade and Sofia or Skopje. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the Balkans and dates from 279 BC. Devil's Town is located in southern Serbia and consists of more than 200 unique rock formations that rise above the landscape and extend over two valleys on the slopes of the southern Serbian Radan. Columns are factors are first of all lush green grass and two white marble churches (the King's Church and the Church of Our Lady). However, this 12th-century monastery is known for its outstanding Byzantine frescoes, paintings, and other ornate 13th and 14th-century decorations found in the monastery church.in the works, they collapse and leave room for new formations. Kopaonik is the highest mountain in Serbia and became a national park in 1981. The park is rugged and scenic and is home to Serbia's main ski area with 25 lifts and a capacity of 32,000 skiers per hour. It continued to snow from November to May.