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The Roman Empire in Serbia

That Serbia is rich in Roman heritage, tells the fact that on our soil was born or lived 17 Roman emperors which is the one fifth of them. The Emperor Conastantine, one of the most important figures for Christianity, was born in Nish. The cities, temples and roads were built, and today its telling us about the greatness and importance of Roman Empire. ... Full story

Ancient history of the Serbian territory

The story, which lasts more than 40.000 years. The first inhabitants of Serbia were choosing the caves on the slopes of the lower hills, near rivers and hidden from he open landscape. These primitive societies had 10-15 members. They were hunting, collecting fruits and making tools and weapons of stones and bones. ... Full story

Trajan Table (around 100 A.D.)

Trajan Table (around 100 A.D.), that is located on natural, almost vertical rock, high above the level of Danube river, near Kladovo, was raised by Roman Emperor Trajan. This is a commemorative sign written in Latin, like a testimony of completed work on building of Roman military road through canyon of Danube.

Trajan Bridge (104 – 105 A.D.)

Trajan Bridge (104 – 105 A.D.) near Kladovo, was raised over Danube, by Emperor Trajan, for the purpose of conquering of Dakija, nowadays Romania, so it belongs to the most significant masterpieces of Roman architecture. ... Full story

Diana (the end of I century)

Diana (the end of I century), near Kladovo, fortress raised on the rocky cliff of Danube river, during the Emperor Trajan, presents one of the biggest and most preserved roman fortresses (castrums) on Danube.

Viminacium - from I to XIX century

Remains of Viminacium (I - XIX century), near Smederevo, former Roman town and military camp, presents the worlds jewel and one of the most significant archaeological sites in Southeastern Europe. ... Full story

Caricin Grad – Empress City

Caricin Grad – Emperors town (VI and VII century), near Leskovac, was raised in byzantine province Ilirik, where emperor Justinian was born. Caricin Grad was once known as Justinian Prima, built by emperor Justinian in 530. A.D. Life in this town lasted from VI to VII century, when it was abandoned at the time of Avro-Slavic destroying. ... Full story

Prehistoric age - Lepenski vir

Lepenski vir, a unique prehistoric discovery, was brought to light about twenty years ago. The most important finds in the well laid-out settlement are a number of monumental stone sculptures made some six to seven thousand years ago. ... Full story

Late Roman fortress Gamzigrad

South of the Danube, near Zajecar, are the ruins of the late-Roman fortress Gamzigrad (3rd and 4th century). Archaeological diggings in the fortress have unearthed the remains of a palace with exceptionally fine mosaics, public baths and impressive city gates. ... Full story


The ancient Roman town Nais, present-day Nis, was an important frontier fortress of the Roman Empire. It was there that the Emperor Constantine was born. A superb bronze head of the Emperor, discovered in Nis, is now in the National Museum in Belgrade. ... Full story

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