Tagged: Serbia

According to wholevehicles, Serbia is located in the Southeastern part of Europe and is bordered by Hungary to the north, Romania and Bulgaria to the east, Macedonia to the south, Albania and Montenegro to the southwest, Croatia to the west, and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest. It has a total area of 88,361 square kilometers (34,116 square miles) making it slightly larger than South Carolina. The terrain of Serbia is mostly composed of hills and mountains that are interspersed with plains along its border with Hungary. The highest point in Serbia is Midžor at 2169 meters (7116 feet). Rivers such as Danube, Sava, Tisa, Morava, Drina flow through Serbia from its northern border with Hungary towards its southern border with Bulgaria. Serbia has a continental climate characterized by cold winters with temperatures falling below 0°C (32°F) in January and hot summers with temperatures rising above 30°C (86°F) in July. Rainfall varies depending on location but generally increases from south to north. Average annual precipitation ranges from 500 mm (19.7 inches) along its southern border to 1100 mm (43 inches) along its northern border. The country experiences periods of drought during summer months due to low rainfall levels coupled with high temperatures. Serbia’s landscape is rich in natural resources such as coal, iron ore, limestone, oil shale and bauxite which are found mainly in Vojvodina region located in the northern part of the country. Other natural resources include copper ore which is found near Bor town while gold deposits are found near Aleksinac town both located in central Serbia. In addition there are abundant deposits of zinc ore found around Majdanpek town located close to Bor town at eastern Serbia. See paulfootwear for weather information in Serbia.

Soko-Banya, Serbia

Cities and Resorts in Serbia

Kopaonik Kopaonik is the largest mountain range in Serbia. It stretches for more than 100 km and is adjacent to the national park of the same name. The highest part of the massif is...

Belgrade, Serbia

Climate and Weather in Belgrade, Serbia

The climate of Belgrade Belgrade (Београд) is the capital of Serbia. Because Belgrade is located in the south of the Pannonian Plain, the weather picture is less grim than the mountainous areas in the...

Serbia Society

Serbia Society and Economy

Population, society and rights The ethnic composition of Serbia (excluding Kosovo) became increasingly homogeneous during the 1990s. If in 1991 the Serbian population constituted about 77% of the total, according to the 2011 census...