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Basic information about Central_Serbia
Central Serbia (Serbian: Централна Србија or Centralna Srbija), also referred to as Serbia proper, is the part of Serbia lying outside of the provinces of Vojvodina and Kosovo (AP Kosovo and Metohija); Kosovo proclaimed independence in 2008. Central Serbia is a term of convenience, not an administrative division of Serbia as such, and does not have any form of separate administration. Until 2009, it was a statistical region; with the formation of new statistical regions of Serbia in 2009–2010, it was transformed into three new regions: Region of Belgrade, Region of South and East Serbia, and Region of Šumadija and Western Serbia. Broadly speaking, Central Serbia is the historical core of modern Serbia, which emerged from uprisings against Ottoman Empire from 1804 to 1815. In the following century, Serbia gradually expanded south, acquiring South Serbia, Kosovo, Sandžak and Vardar Macedonia, and in 1918 - following the absorption of the Kingdom of Montenegro and the taking of areas left of the River Danube and River Sava (mainly Vojvodina) - it merged with other South Slavs into Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The current borders of Central Serbia were defined after World War II, when Serbia became a republic within SFR Yugoslavia, with Kosovo and Vojvodina as its autonomous provinces.
Cities, towns & villages in Central Serbia
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ČačakČačak (Serbian Cyrillic: Чачак, pronounced [t͡ʃǎːt͡ʃak]) is a city in west-central Serbia. Čačak lies on the West Morava river, which is the second largest river in Serbia after the Danube (308 km), and between Šumadija and the Dinaric Alps, in the Čačak-Kraljevo valley. It is the administrative center of the Moravica District of Serbia. Čačak is the main economic, cultural and sport center of the district, which includes Gornji Milanovac to the north and Lučani to the southwest. Čačak borders Požega, Serbia (Zlatibor District) to the west, Knić (Šumadija District) to the east and Kraljevo (Raška District) to the southeast. Moravica District includes Čačak, Gornji Milanovac, Lučani and Ivanjica. The lowest altitude is 204 m (confluence of Bresnička reka and Zapadna Morava) and the highest@en . Show Čačakon the map
NišNiš (Serbian Cyrillic: Ниш, pronounced [nîːʃ] (13px listen)) is the city of southern Serbia and the third-largest city in Serbia (after Belgrade and Novi Sad). It is the administrative center of the Nišava District. According to the 2011 census, the city has population of 183,164, while urban area of Niš (with adjacent urban settlement of Niška Banja included) has 187,544 inhabitants; the administrative area has a population of 260,237. Show Nišon the map
BelgradeBelgrade (/ˈbɛlɡreɪd/; Serbian: Beograd / Београд; Serbian pronunciation: [beǒɡrad] (13px listen); names in other languages) is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. Its name translates to \"White city\". The urban area of the City of Belgrade has a population of 1.23 million, while over 1.65 million people live within its administrative limits. Show Belgradeon the map
KragujevacKragujevac (Serbian Cyrillic: pronounced [krǎɡujeʋat͡s] (13px listen)) is the fourth largest city in Serbia, the administrative centre of Šumadija District. It is situated on the banks of the Lepenica River. According to the official results of the 2011 census, the city has a population of 179,417 inhabitants. Show Kragujevacon the map
PirotPirot (Serbian Cyrillic: Пирот) is a city located in south-eastern Serbia. According to 2011 census, the town has a total population of 38,785, while the population of the whole territory of the city was 57,928. The city is the administrative center of the Pirot District. The city has rich geographical features, including the mountains of Stara Planina, Vlaška Planina, Belava, Suva Planina; rivers which flow through the town, including Nišava, Jerma, Rasnička Reka, Temštica and the Visočica; and four lakes, the Zavoj Lake, Berovacko Lake, Krupac Lake and Sukovo Lake. Show Piroton the map
KraljevoKraljevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Краљево; [krǎːʎɛʋɔ] (13px listen)) is a city in Serbia, built beside the river Ibar, 7 kilometres (4 miles) west of its confluence with the Western Morava. It is located in the midst of an upland valley, between the mountains of Kotlenik in the north, and Stolovi in the south. Show Kraljevoon the map
BujanovacBujanovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Бујановац, pronounced [bǔjanɔvats]; Albanian: Bujanoc) is a town and municipality in Pčinja District of southern Serbia, located at the South Morava basin. It is known for its source of mineral water, so it is also known as Bujanovačka banja. Show Bujanovacon the map
SmederevoSmederevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Смедерево, pronounced [smêderevo]) is a city in Serbia, on the right bank of the Danube, about 45 kilometres (28 miles) downstream of the capital, Belgrade. According to official results of the 2011 census, the city has a population of 64,105, and 108,209 people live in its administrative area. Smederevo is the seat of the Podunavlje District. Show Smederevoon the map
SopotSopot (Serbian Cyrillic: Сопот, pronounced [sɔ̂pɔːt]) is a town and municipality in Serbia. It is part of the wider region of Belgrade, located south of Belgrade at 44°31′N 20°35′E / 44.517°N 20.583°E, 177.38 m above sea level. Its name is the old Slavic word for spring (source) which is today replaced in Serbian by the word 'извор'. Show Sopoton the map
ZaječarZaječar (Serbian Cyrillic: Зајечар pronounced [zâjɛtʃar], Romanian: Zaicear) is a city in the eastern part of Serbia. According to the 2011 census the town has a population of 59,461, and its coordinates are 43.91° North, 22.30° East. Zaječar has a number of primary and secondary schools as well as the first private college established in Serbia, the Faculty of Management Megatrend University. Zaječar is widely known for its rock music festival Gitarijada which has existed for more than 40 years and for the festival dedicated to contemporary art, ZALET. It is the administrative center of the Zaječar District and a main town in the Timočka Krajina region. Show Zaječaron the map
AranđelovacAranđelovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: is a town and a municipality in Serbia at 44.31° North, 20.57° East. It lies beneath the mountains Bukulja and Venčac, at about 255 metres (837 ft) above sea level, 75 kilometres (47 miles) away from Belgrade. The municipality encompasses two town and 18 village communities. Bukovička Banja Spa is located in the town. The town is situated in the Šumadijski okrug (Šumadija region) with the administrative center in Kragujevac. According to the most recent, 2011 census, there are 24,580 inhabitants in the town itself, while the whole municipality has a total of 46,079 inhabitants. Show Aranđelovacon the map
RažanjRažanj (Serbian Cyrillic: Ражањ) is a village and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. The municipality of Ražanj is located in southeast Central Serbia, 50 kilometers (31 mi) northwest of Niš, the third-largest city of Serbia. It is a small municipality consisting of 23 settlements having a total population of 9,137 inhabitants (1,241 in the town itself). The municipality covers an area of 289 km2 and belongs to the administrative district of Nišava. Neighboring municipalities are Kruševac, Aleksinac, Sokobanja, Boljevac, Paraćin and Ćićevac. Show Ražanjon the map
Novi BeogradNew Belgrade (Serbian: Нови Београд / Novi Beograd, pronounced [nôʋiː beǒɡrad]) is one of 17 city municipalities that constitute the City of Belgrade, capital of Serbia. It is a planned city, built since 1948 in a previously uninhabited area on the left bank of the Sava River, opposite the old Belgrade. In recent years it has become the central business district of Belgrade and its fastest developing area, with many businesses moving to the new part of the city, due to more modern infrastructure and larger available space. With 212,104 inhabitants, it is the second most populous municipality of Serbia after Novi Sad. Show Novi Beogradon the map
PreševoPreševo (Serbian Cyrillic: Прешево, pronounced [prêʃeʋo]; Albanian: Presheva, Preshevë) is the southernmost town and municipality of Serbia, bordering Macedonia to the south, and Kosovo to the west. It is the largest town of the Preševo Valley, and the cultural center of Albanians in Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the town of Preševo had a population of 13,426 people, while the municipality had 34,904 inhabitants. With over 90% of the total population, Albanians form the majority of the municipality, followed by Serbs, Roma and other smaller ethnic groups. Show Preševoon the map
Gornji MilanovacGornji Milanovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Гoрњи Милановац, pronounced [ɡôːrɲiː mǐlanoʋats] (13px listen)) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia. Its name means \"Upper Milanovac\" (there is a Lower Milanovac as well, while Milanovac stems from the name Milan in Serbian). The population of the town is 24,216, while the population of the municipality is 44,406. Show Gornji Milanovacon the map
BrusBrus (Serbian Cyrillic: Брус, pronounced [brûːs]) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the population of the town is 4,572, while the population of the municipality is 16,293. It is located at 430 metres (1,410 ft) above sea level, just below mountain ski center Kopaonik. The city is surrounded by hills on three levels, where the lowest one is a place where the Grasevka river firths into the Rasina river. On the upper level of the town a fountain of medicinal mineral water is located. Show Bruson the map
VranjeVranje (Serbian Cyrillic: Врање, pronounced [ʋrâɲɛ] (13px listen)) is a city and municipality in southern Serbia. The population of the city administrative area is 83,524, while the urban area has 55,138 people. It is the administrative center of the Pčinja District of Serbia and the southernmost settlement which is in an official category of a city (grad). It is on the Pan-European Corridor X, close to the borders with Macedonia and Bulgaria. The Eparchy of Vranje is seated in the city and the 4th Land Force Brigade of the Serbian army is stationed here. Show Vranjeon the map
TopolaTopola (Serbian Cyrillic: Топола, [tɔpɔ̌la]) is a town and municipality situated in the Šumadija region of Serbia. It was the place where Karađorđe, a Serbian revolutionary, was chosen as the leader of the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire in 1804. The local St. George Church is the burial place of the Ducal and Royal Family of Serbia and Yugoslavia (the Karađorđevićes). The name Topola means poplar. Topola is famous for its yearly Oplenac vintage festival, attended by several thousand visitors each year. Show Topolaon the map
BojnikBojnik (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојник) is a village and a municipality located in the Jablanica District of Serbia some 20 km west from Leskovac. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 6,688 while population of the municipality was 11,073. Much of the population settled in after World War II because on 17 February 1942, Bulgarian occupation forces in one day killed all 476 inhabitants of Bojnik, including women, children and the elderly. The massacre was in response to the sheltering of a few Partisans. Show Bojnikon the map
RekovacRekovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Рековац) is a village and municipality located in the Pomoravlje District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 1,587, while population of the municipality is 10,971. Rekovac is the center of small geographical region called Levač. The village has a river called Dulenka, named after one of the settlements in the municipality. There are two schools in Rekovac: a primary school called Svetozar Marković, and a highschool called škola. Show Rekovacon the map
Vranjska BanjaVranjska Banja (Serbian Cyrillic: Врањска Бања) is a town, municipality and spa resort in Serbia. Municipality of Vranjska Banja is one of the two municipalities of the City of Vranje, in the Pčinja District. The town of Vranjska Banja is located 12 km (7 mi) northeast from the city of Vranje. The population of the town is 5,882 people (2002 census). This small town is surrounded by forests and rolling hills which offer nice scenery, and a good restaurant by the old clinic is situated at the end of the town. Show Vranjska Banjaon the map
KostolacKostolac (Serbian Cyrillic: Костолац; Romanian: Caştelu) is a small Serbian town and municipality on the Danube river in the Braničevo District. The remains of the Roman capital of the province of Moesia Superior Viminacium are located near Stari Kostolac some 2 km to the east of Kostolac. Kostolac town is center of the municipality of Kostolac, which is one of the two municipalities of the City of Požarevac. Kostolac is also a center of area called Stig and home of thermo-power plants and coal mines. Show Kostolacon the map
ValjevoValjevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Ваљево, pronounced [v̞âːʎɛv̞ɔ]) is a city located in western Serbia. It is the center of the Kolubara District, which includes five other, smaller municipalities with a total population of almost 175,000. According to the 2011 census, the administrative area of Valjevo had 90,312 inhabitants, 59,073 of whom were urban dwellers. Valjevo occupies an area of 905 square kilometers; its altitude is 185 meters. The city is situated along the river Kolubara, a tributary of the Sava river. Show Valjevoon the map
ObrenovacObrenovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Обреновац, pronounced [obrěːnoʋat͡s]) is a town and municipality in northern Serbia. In 2011 the town had a population of 24,568, and the municipality of 71,419. Obrenovac is one of 17 municipalities that make up the greater Belgrade area. Largest Serbian thermal power plant TPP Nikola Tesla is located on the outskirts of the town. Obrenovac was submerged and completely evacuated during the 2014 Southeast Europe floods, with 14 confirmed deaths as result. Show Obrenovacon the map
Velika PlanaVelika Plana (Serbian Cyrillic: Велика Плана, pronounced [ʋêlikaː plǎːna]), is a town and municipality located in the Podunavlje District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the municipality is 40,578 (i.e. in the town proper, 16,078 inhabitants). It is estimated that about 5,500-6,500 IDP's from Kosovo & Metohija also live in Velika Plana but are unregistered. It lies on the left bank of Velika Morava, at a distance of 4 kilometres (2 miles) from the town centre. Show Velika Planaon the map
DobanovciDobanovci (Serbian Cyrillic: Добановци) is a suburban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Surčin. Dobanovci is located in the eastern Syrmia region, 25 km west of downtown Belgrade, between the Belgrade-Zagreb highway and the channeled stream of Galovica. It is the northernmost settlement in the municipality, 6 km northeast of the municipal seat of Surčin, close to the border of the Zemun municipality. Show Dobanovcion the map
JagodinaJagodina (Serbian Cyrillic: Јагодина [jâɡodina] (13px listen)) is a city located in Serbia, 136 kilometres (85 miles) south of Belgrade, on the banks of Belica River. Its name derives from the word for strawberry (Јагода) in Serbian. It is the administrative centre of the Pomoravlje District of Serbia. The city proper has a population of 43,311 inhabitants, while administrative area has a population of 76,712. Jagodina was given the status of a city in December 2007. Show Jagodinaon the map
MionicaMionica (Serbian Cyrillic: Мионица, [miɔ̌nit͡sa]) is a town and municipality located in the Kolubara District of Serbia. As of 2011, the population of the town is 1,571, while population of the municipality is 14,263.In Mionica there is one primary school, a community health clinic and a culture centre with a movie theater attached to it. It is pretty much oriented to neighboring city of Valjevo which is located near the center of the region. Show Mionicaon the map
SurčinSurčin (Serbian Cyrillic: Сурчин, pronounced [sǔrt͡ʃiːn]) is a town and one of 17 city municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is the youngest municipality of Belgrade, as it split from the municipality of Zemun in 2003. Surčin municipality has 42,012 residents while Surčin town itself has 17,356. The most important feature is the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, located just a few kilometers west of the town. Show Surčinon the map
KrnjevoKrnjevo is a small town in the municipality of Velika Plana, Serbia. By road it is 105 kilometres (65 mi) southeast of the Belgrade. According to the 2002 census, the town has a population of 4,253 people. The area, with its rich black soils, belongs to the Smederevo wine region which also includes Smederevo, Grocka, and Pozarevac. In 1975, a three-nave early Christian basilica was found here near the banks of the Bashovitsa River. Show Krnjevoon the map
SvilajnacSvilajnac (pronounced /sviːlaɪnʌt͡s/; Serbian Cyrillic: Свилајнац) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia at 44.13° North, 21.12° East, 100 km (62 mi) south-east of Belgrade, on the banks of the river Resava, and bordering the river Morava. Its name stems from the word for silk in Serbian. It is the de facto administrative center of the Resava region. The population of the town is 9,131 while municipality has 23,391. Show Svilajnacon the map
IvanjicaIvanjica (Serbian Cyrillic: Ивањица, pronounced [ǐʋaɲitsa]) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia. The population of the town is 11,715, while the population of the municipality is 31,963. The town is famous for having large potato and raspberry plantations in which many locals are employed. It is also known for the cultural event Nušićijada and as being the birthplace of World War II Chetnik leader, Draža Mihailović. Show Ivanjicaon the map
TrstenikTrstenik (Serbian Cyrillic: Трстеник, pronounced [tr̩stěniːk]) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 15,329, while population of the municipality was 42,989. It lies on the West Morava. The town is known for its industry of hydraulics and pneumatics company, Prva Petoletka. There is also the small Trstenik Airport near the town. Show Trstenikon the map
Bajina BaštaBajina Bašta (Serbian Cyrillic: Бајина Башта, pronounced [bâjina bǎːʃta]) is a town located in the western mountains of Serbia. The town lies in the valley of the Drina River at the eastern edge of Tara National Park. It is the administrative seat of the Bajina Bašta Municipality in the Zlatibor District. The population of the town, according to 2011 census, is 9,148 inhabitants, while municipality has 25,724. Show Bajina Baštaon the map
Stari GradStari Grad (Serbian Cyrillic: Стари Град, pronounced [stâːriː ɡrâd]) is an urban neighborhood and one of 17 municipalities which constitute Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It encompasses some of the oldest sections of urban Belgrade, thus the name (‘’stari grad’’, Serbian for “old city”). Stari Grad is one of the three municipalities that occupy the centre of the city (together with Savski Venac and Vračar). Show Stari Gradon the map
KosjerićKosjerić (Serbian Cyrillic: Косјерић; pronounced [kɔsjɛ̌rit͡ɕ]) is a town and municipality in Western Serbia. The municipality has 12,090 inhabitants, but the town itself has 3,992. The municipality's area is 359 square kilometres (139 sq mi), with 26 villages mostly placed in the river valleys, though there are also some settlements in the mountains at altitudes of more than 1,000 metres (3,300 ft). Show Kosjerićon the map
ŠabacŠabac (Serbian Cyrillic: Шабац, pronounced [ʃâbat͡s]) is a city in western Serbia, along the Sava river, near the mountain Cer, in the region of Mačva. It is the administrative center of the Mačva District. The city has a population of 74,242, while population of the administrative area is 118,347. Šabac acquired city rights in 2007, after a partial restructuring of local government in Serbia. Show Šabacon the map
Vladičin HanVladičin Han (Serbian Cyrillic: Владичин Хан, pronounced [ʋlǎdit͡ʃiŋ xâːn]) is a town and municipality located in the Pčinja District of Serbia. The population of the town is 8,030, while the population of the municipality is 20,871. This picturesque town is situated along the main express route linking Belgrade and Niš with Skopje and ultimately Greece via the Republic of Macedonia. Show Vladičin Hanon the map
Niška BanjaNiška Banja (Serbian Cyrillic: Нишка Бања, meaning Spa of Niš) is a spa town in southern Serbia, located 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) east of its third largest city, Niš. The municipality of Niška Banja is one of the five urban municipalities of the City of Niš. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 4,180, while the population of the municipality is 14,098. Show Niška Banjaon the map
ČajetinaČajetina (Serbian Cyrillic: Чајетина) is a town and municipality in western Serbia, residing in the Zlatibor District. The population of the town is 3,342, while the municipality has 14,745 inhabitants. Its coordinates are 43.75°N and 19.72°E. Čajetina town is the administrative centre of the Čajetina municipality, which covers the most of the Mount Zlatibor area. Show Čajetinaon the map
Vrnjačka BanjaVrnjačka Banja (Serbian Cyrillic: Врњачка Бања) is a town, municipality, and a resort, mineral spa located in Raška District of Serbia. The population of the town is 10,065 inhabitants, while the population of the entire municipality is 27,527 inhabitants. It contains hot spring with a temperature measuring exactly that of the human body (36.5 degrees Celsius). Show Vrnjačka Banjaon the map
BorBor (Serbian Cyrillic: Бор) is a town and municipality located in eastern Serbia, with one of the largest copper mines in Europe - RTB Bor. It has been a mining center since 1904, when a French company began operations there. It is the administrative center of the Bor District of Serbia. The population of the town is 34,160, while municipality has 48,615. Show Boron the map
Bela PalankaBela Palanka (Serbian Cyrillic: Бела Паланка, pronounced [bɛ̂ːlaː pǎlaːŋka]) is a town and municipality located in the Pirot District of southeast Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the population of the town is 8,112, and thepopulation of the municipality is 12,051. In ancient times, the town was known as Remesiana. The name Bela Palanka means 'white town'. Show Bela Palankaon the map
PožegaPožega (Serbian Cyrillic: Пожега, pronounced [pôʒeɡa]) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of Serbia. The population of the town is 13,153, while the municipality has 29,638 inhabitants. During the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the town was named Užička Požega, to be distinguished from Slavonska Požega, now in Croatia. Show Požegaon the map
LazarevacLazarevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Лазаревац, pronounced [lazareʋat͡s]) is a town and municipality located in Serbia at 44.22° North, 20.15° East. Its name stems from the name of medieval Prince Lazar Hrebeljanovic. In 2011 the town has total population of 25,526. Lazarevac is one of Belgrade's 17 municipalities and it is a part of the Sumadija region. Show Lazarevacon the map
LebaneLebane (Serbian Cyrillic: Лебане) is a town and municipality in southern Serbia, a part of the Jablanica District. The municipality is located at 41°45'N and 21°45'E and has a population of 21,802 while the town itself has 10,062 inhabitants (according to 2011 census). The elevation of the town of Lebane is between 275.2 and 420 masl. Show Lebaneon the map
AriljeArilje (Serbian Cyrillic: Ариље, pronounced [ǎriːʎɛ]) is a town and municipality in western Serbia, in the Zlatibor District. The population of the town is 6,763, while the municipality has 18,792 inhabitants. The town's coordinates are 43.75°N and 20.10°E. It is famous for having large raspberry plantations in which many locals are employed. Show Ariljeon the map
KruševacKruševac (Serbian Cyrillic: Крушевац [krûʃeʋat͡s] (13px listen)) is a city and the administrative center of the Rasina District, in Serbia. It is located in the valley of West Morava, on Rasina river. According to the 2011 census, the administrative area has a population of 128,752, while the town has 58,745. The city was founded in 1371, by Prince Lazar of Serbia (1371–1389), who used it as his seat. Show Kruševacon the map
LjigLjig (Serbian Cyrillic: Љиг) is a town of 3,219 inhabitants in central Serbia. It is surrounded by a municipality of the same name, which has a total of 12,730 inhabitants. Ljig is an underdeveloped region of Serbia, surrounded by Mount Rajac and Mount Rudnik. It was struck by an earthquake in 2003 and a drought in 2004. Show Ljigon the map
GolubacGolubac (Serbian Cyrillic: Голубац, pronounced [ɡǒlubats]) is a village and municipality in north-eastern Serbia, on the right side of the Danube river. It is bordered by Romania to the east, Veliko Gradište to the west and Kučevo to the south. The population of the village is 1,655 and the population of the municipality is 8,161. Show Golubacon the map
Mali ZvornikMali Zvornik (Serbian Cyrillic: Мали Зворник, pronounced [mâːliː zʋɔ̌rniːk]) is a town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 4,132, while the population of the municipality is 11,987. It lays opposite of the Drina river from the town of Zvornik, in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Show Mali Zvornikon the map
ZemunZemun (Serbian Cyrillic: Земун, pronounced [zěmuːn]) is a historical town and one of the 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Before 1934, it was a town separate from Belgrade. The development of New Belgrade in the late 20th century, joined them together in a continuous urban area. Show Zemunon the map
Veliko GradišteVeliko Gradište (Serbian Cyrillic: Велико Градиште, pronounced [ʋělikoː ɡrâdiːʃte]) is a town and municipality located in Serbia, in north-east Serbia (Braničevo District), on the right bank of the Danube river and left bank of the Pek river. In 2011, the town has total population of 6,204, while the municipality has 17,610. Show Veliko Gradišteon the map
DespotovacDespotovac (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town and municipality located in Serbia, around 130 kilometers southeast of Belgrade. Its name stems from Despot, a title of Serbian medieval prince Stefan Lazarević. In 2011 the town has a total population of 4,212, while the municipality has a population of 22,995. Show Despotovacon the map
KladovoKladovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Кладово, pronounced [klâdɔʋɔ]) is a town and municipality in the Bor District of eastern Serbia. It is situated on the right bank of the Danube river. The population of the Kladovo town is 8,913, while the population of the Kladovo municipality with surrounding settlements is 20,635 (2011 census). Show Kladovoon the map
NegotinNegotin (Serbian Cyrillic: Неготин [nêɡotiːn] (13px listen)) is a town and municipality in the Bor District of north-eastern Central Serbia. It is situated near the borders between Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria. It is the judicial center of the Bor District. The population of the town is 16,716 while municipality has 36,879. Show Negotinon the map
PetrovacPetrovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Петровац; or Petrovac na Mlavi (trans. Petrovac on Mlava; Serbian Cyrillic: Петровац на Млави; Vlach: Piatra Mlavei)) is a town and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 7,229, while population of the municipality is 30,325.It's one of the few regions in Serbia of protestant majority. Show Petrovacon the map
LajkovacLajkovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Лајковац) is a small town and municipality in Serbia, close to the town of Lazarevac.It is located in the Kolubara River valley and near to Ibar highway, the main route from Serbia to Montenegro.It has population of 3,203 inhabitants, while the municipality has 15,341 inhabitants. Show Lajkovacon the map
Crna TravaCrna Trava (Serbian Cyrillic: Црна Трава, Serbian pronunciation: [t͡sr̩̂ːnaː trǎːʋa]) is a village and municipality located in the Jablanica District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 452 inhabitants, while population of the municipality is 1,661. This is the poorest municipality in the country. Show Crna Travaon the map
RaškaRaška (Serbian Cyrillic: Рашка, pronounced [râʃkaː]) is a town and municipality in south-central Serbia. The municipality has a population of 24,680 people, while the town has a population of 6,574 people (2011 census). It covers an area of 670 square kilometres. The town is situated on the rivers Raška and Ibar. Show Raškaon the map
ĆuprijaĆuprija (Serbian Cyrillic: Ћуприја, pronounced [tɕǔprija], see ) is a town and administrative district in Serbia, at 43.93° North, 21.38° East. Ćuprija is part of Pomoravlje District (Serbian Cyrillic: округ) in Serbia. The population of the town is 19,380, while the municipality has 30,020 inhabitants. Show Ćuprijaon the map
Selo KostolacSelo Kostolac (Serbian Cyrillic: Село Костолац; trans. Village Kostolac) or Stari Kostolac (Serbian Cyrillic: Стари Костолац; trans. Old Kostolac) is a village in the municipality of Kostolac, city of Požarevac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1,313 people. Show Selo Kostolacon the map
UžiceUžice (Serbian Cyrillic: Ужице, pronounced [ûʒit͡se] (13px listen)) is a city in western Serbia, located on the banks of the River Đetinja. It is the administrative center of the Zlatibor District. The administrative area has a total population of 78,040, while the city itself has a population of 59,747 (2011 census). Show Užiceon the map
Savski VenacSavski Venac (Serbian Cyrillic: Савски Венац, pronounced [sâːv̞skiː v̞ě̞ːnat͡s]) is one of 17 city municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Savski Venac is one of the three municipalities that constitute the very center of the city (together with Stari Grad and Vračar). Show Savski Venacon the map
ParaćinParaćin (Serbian Cyrillic: Параћин, pronounced [pâratɕin]) is a town and municipality in Serbia, located in the valley of the Velika Morava river, north of Kruševac and southeast of Kragujevac. In 2011 the town has total population of 24,573 and it has a civil airport, also known as Davidovac Airport. Show Paraćinon the map
KuršumlijaKuršumlija (Serbian Cyrillic: pronounced [kurʃǔmlija]) is a town and municipality located in Serbia, near the rivers Toplica, Kosanica and Banjska, on the southeast of mount Kopaonik, and northwest of mount Radan. As of 2011, the town has 13,306 inhabitants, while municipality has 19,213. Show Kuršumlijaon the map
Smederevska PalankaSmederevska Palanka (Serbian Cyrillic: Паланка, pronounced [smɛ̂dɛrɛʋska pǎlaːŋka]) is a town and municipality located in Eastern Serbia. According to the preliminary results of the 2011 census, the municipality had a total population of 50,284, while the town had 23,601 inhabitants. Show Smederevska Palankaon the map
PožarevacPožarevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Пожаревац) is a city in eastern Serbia. It is located between three rivers: Danube, Great Morava and Mlava. It is the administrative centre of the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the city had a population of 44,183 and its municipal area 75,334. Show Požarevacon the map
LučaniLučani (Serbian Cyrillic: Лучани) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia. The population of the town is 5,142, while the population of the municipality is 20,897. Perhaps the most famous village in the municipality is Guča, where the annual trumpet festival is held. Show Lučanion the map
MedveđaMedveđa (Serbian Cyrillic: Медвеђа, pronounced [ˈmɛdvɛdʑa], Albanian: Medvegja) is a town and municipality in Jablanica District of Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the municipality of Medveđa has a population of 7,438 people, while the town has a population of 2,848. Show Medveđaon the map
KnjazevacKnjaževac (Serbian Cyrillic: Књажевац, pronounced [kɲǎːʒɛʋats]) is a town and municipality situated in eastern Serbia, in the Timočka Krajina region bordering Bulgaria. The town is situated between three mountains. The municipality has a population of 30,902 inhabitants. Show Knjazevacon the map
ŽitkovacŽitkovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Житковац) is a village in Central Serbia situated in the municipality of Aleksinac, in the Nišava District. Žitkovac has a population of 2,680 as recorded in the 2002 census. “Žitkovac” stems from the Serbian word \"žito\", wheat. Show Žitkovacon the map
DimitrovgradDimitrovgrad (also known as Цариброд)) is a town and 483 km² large municipality located in the Pirot District of the Republic of Serbian. According to 2011 census, the municipality of Dimitrovgrad has a population of 10,118 people and the town 6,278. Show Dimitrovgradon the map
LoznicaLoznica (Serbian: Лозница, pronounced [lǒznit͡sa]) is a city located in western Serbia, in the Mačva District. It lies on the right bank of the Drina river. In 2011 the city had a total population of 19,572, while the administrative area had a population of 79,327. Show Loznicaon the map
LeskovacLeskovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Лесковац, pronounced is a city in southern Serbia. It is the administrative center of the Jablanica District of Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the city has 60,288 inhabitants, while the Municipality has 144,206. Show Leskovacon the map
Nova VarošNova Varoš (Cyrillic script: Нова Варош, pronounced [nɔ̂v̞aː v̞ǎːrɔʃ]) is a town and municipality in Zlatibor District of Serbia. The municipality of Nova Varoš has a population of 16,638, while the town of Nova Varoš itself has a population of 8,795 inhabitants. Show Nova Varošon the map
VarvarinVarvarin (Serbian Cyrillic: Варварин, pronounced [ʋarʋǎriːn]) is a small town and municipality in the Šumadija region of central Serbia. Population of the town is 2,133, and population of the municipality is 17,772. It is part of the Rasina District of Serbia. Show Varvarinon the map
TutinTutin (Serbian Cyrillic: Тутин) is a town and municipality in the Raška region of Serbia. According to a 2011 census, the municipality of Tutin has a population of 31,155 people. It is the first municipality in Serbia that has renewable wind power. Show Tutinon the map
AleksinacAleksinac (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town which is a center of Aleksinac Municipality, located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the town has a population of 16,420 inhabitants, while the municipality has 51,462. Show Aleksinacon the map
ŽitorađaŽitorađa (Serbian Cyrillic: Житорађа, pronounced [ʒîtorad͡ʑa]) is a village and municipality in the Toplica District of Serbia. The municipality includes 30 settlements. According to the 2011 census, the population of the municipality is 16,368 inhabitants. Show Žitorađaon the map
MajdanpekMajdanpek (Serbian Cyrillic: Мајданпек) is a town and municipality in Bor District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the municipality of Majdanpek had a population of 18,179 people, while the town of Majdanpek had a population of 7,367. Show Majdanpekon the map
BosilegradBosilegrad (Bulgarian: is a town and municipality in Pčinja District of Serbia. The municipality comprises an area of 571 km². According to 2011 census, it has a total population of 8,129 inhabitants, while the town has 2,624. Show Bosilegradon the map
LapovoLapovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Лапово) is a municipality located in the central part of Serbia and in east part of Šumadija district which it belongs to and extends to 5,522 acres. The population of the town is 7,837 according to 2011 census. Show Lapovoon the map
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BoljevacBoljevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Бољевац, pronounced is a town and municipality located in the Zaječar District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 3,332, while population of the municipality is 12,865. Show Boljevacon the map
ĆićevacĆićevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Ћићевац, pronounced [tɕîtɕeʋats]) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 4,681, while the population of the municipality is 9,446. Show Ćićevacon the map
KučevoKučevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Кучево, pronounced [kûtʃɛʋɔ]; Romanian: Cuciovă) is a town and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 3,950, while population of the municipality is 15,490. Show Kučevoon the map
BatočinaBatočina (Serbian: Баточина, pronounced [bâtɔtʃina]) is a small town and municipality located in the Šumadija District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 5,804, while population of the municipality is 11,760. Show Batočinaon the map
MajurMajur (Serbian Cyrillic: Мајур, pronounced [mâjuːr]) is a village in Serbia. It is situated in the Šabac municipality, in the Mačva District. The village has a Serb ethnic majority and its population numbered 6,854 people in a 2002 census. This village has two most valuable workers names Erakovic Miroslav and Ivan Zivkovic (Žika). Show Majuron the map
SjenicaSjenica (Serbian Cyrillic: Сјеница; pronounced [sjɛ̌nitsa]), is a town and municipality in the Zlatibor District of Serbia. The population of the town, according to 2011 census, is 14,060 inhabitants, while the municipality has 26,392. Show Sjenicaon the map
SvrljigSvrljig (Serbian Cyrillic: Сврљиг, [sʋř̩ʎiːɡ]) is a town and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the town has a population of 7,543 inhabitants, while the municipality has 14,224. Show Svrljigon the map
ŽagubicaŽagubica (Serbian Cyrillic: Жагубица, pronounced [ʒǎɡubitsa]) is a village and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 2,584, while population of the municipality is 12,737. Show Žagubicaon the map
BlaceBlace (Serbian Cyrillic: Блаце, pronounced [blâtsɛ]) is a town and municipality located in the Toplica District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 5,253, while population of the municipality is 11,754. Show Blaceon the map
Gadžin HanGadžin Han (Serbian Cyrillic: Гаџин Хан) is a village and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, a village has a population of 1,209 inhabitants, while the municipality has 8,357. Show Gadžin Hanon the map
KrupanjKrupanj (Serbian Cyrillic: Крупањ, pronounced [krûːpaɲ]) is a town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. The municipality has a total population of 18,853, while the town has a population of 4,314 (2011 census). Show Krupanjon the map
MerošinaMerošina (Serbian Cyrillic: Мерошина) is a village and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the village has a population of 906 inhabitants, while the municipality has 13,916. Show Merošinaon the map
DoljevacDoljevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Дољевац) is a small town and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, a town has a population of 1,657 inhabitants, while the municipality has 18,441. Show Doljevacon the map
BabušnicaBabušnica (Serbian Cyrillic: Бабушница) is a town and municipality located in the Pirot District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 4,578, while population of the municipality is 12,259. Show Babušnicaon the map
SurdulicaSurdulica (Serbian Cyrillic: Сурдулица) is a town and municipality situated in the southeast of Serbia (approx. 42°41'30\"N, 22°10'E). The population of the town is 11,400, while the municipality has 20,319 inhabitants. Show Surdulicaon the map
KnićKnić (Serbian Cyrillic: Кнић) is a village and municipality located in the Šumadija District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 2,166, while population of the municipality is 14,205. Show Knićon the map
AleksandrovacAleksandrovac (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. In 2002, the population of the town was 6,476, while the population of the municipality was 29,389. Show Aleksandrovacon the map
BogatićBogatić (Serbian Cyrillic: Богатић, pronounced [bǒɡatitɕ]) is a little town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 7,113, while population of the municipality is 31,422. Show Bogatićon the map
MladenovacMladenovac (Serbian Cyrillic: pronounced is a town and one of 17 city municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. In 2003 the town had total population of 23,314. Show Mladenovacon the map
OsečinaOsečina (Serbian Cyrillic: Осечина, pronounced [ɔsɛ̌tʃina]) is a town and municipality located in the Kolubara District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 2,730, while population of the municipality is 12,571. Show Osečinaon the map
Malo CrnićeMalo Crniće (Serbian Cyrillic: Мало Црниће) is a village and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 719, while population of the municipality is 11,422. Show Malo Crnićeon the map
RačaRača (Serbian Cyrillic: Рача) is a town and municipality located in the Šumadija District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 2,595, while population of the municipality is 11,475. Show Račaon the map
JelenčaJelenča (Serbian Cyrillic: Јеленча) is one of the boroughs of Šabac City in the Mačva District of Serbia. The borough has a Serb ethnic majority. In the 2002 census, its population was found to be 1,803 people. Show Jelenčaon the map
ŽabariŽabari (Serbian Cyrillic: Жабари) is a village and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 1,163, while the population of the municipality is 10,969. Show Žabarion the map
VladimirciVladimirci (Serbian Cyrillic: is a village and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 1,898, while population of the municipality is 14,546. Show Vladimircion the map
LjubovijaLjubovija (Serbian: Љубовија, [ʎubɔ̌ʋija]) is a town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 4,742 while the population of the municipality is 13,914. Show Ljubovijaon the map
PribojPriboj (Serbian Cyrillic: Прибој, pronounced [prǐːbɔj]) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of Serbia. The population of the town is 14,920, while the population of the municipality is 27,133. Show Pribojon the map
BeloinjeBeloinje is a village in Serbia, in the municipality of Svrljig in Nisava district . According to the census of 2002, there were 343 people (according to the census of 1991, there were 415 inhabitants). Show Beloinjeon the map
KoceljevaKoceljeva (Serbian: Коцељева) is a small town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 3,978, while population of the municipality is 12,785. Show Koceljevaon the map
VlasotinceVlasotince (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town and municipality in south-east Serbia. The municipality has 29,669 inhabitants, while the town itself has a population of 15,830 (2011 census). Show Vlasotinceon the map
UbUb (Serbian Cyrillic: Уб) is a town and municipality located in the Kolubara District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 6,164, while population of the municipality is 29,022. Show Ubon the map
BatinacBatinac is a village in the municipality of Ćuprija, Serbia. According to the 2012 census, the village has a population of 1892 people. This has grown massively after the 2002 census. Show Batinacon the map
ZvezdaraZvezdara (Serbian Cyrillic: Звездара, pronounced [zv̞ě̞zdara]) is a hilly, forestry urban neighborhood and one of 17 municipalities which constitute City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Show Zvezdaraon the map
VoždovacVoždovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Вождовац, pronounced [ʋǒːʒdoʋats]) is an urban neighborhood and one of 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Show Voždovacon the map
ČukaricaČukarica (Serbian Cyrillic: Чукарица, pronounced [t͡ʃukǎrit͡sa]) is an urban neighborhood and one of the 17 municipalities that constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Show Čukaricaon the map
RakovicaRakovica (Serbian Cyrillic: Раковица, pronounced [râːkɔʋitsa]) is an urban neighborhood and one of 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Show Rakovicaon the map
BarajevoBarajevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Барајево, pronounced [bǎrajɛv̞ɔ]) is a suburban settlement and one of 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Show Barajevoon the map
BatajnicaBatajnica (Cyrillic: Батајница, pronounced [bǎtaːjnitsa]) is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Zemun. Show Batajnicaon the map
SamoljicaSamoljica (Albanian: Sumulicë) is a village in the municipality of Bujanovac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the town has a population of 1390 people. Show Samoljicaon the map
BelosavciBelosavci (Serbian: Белосавци) is a village in the municipality of Topola, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1182 people. Show Belosavcion the map
ČibukovacČibukovac is a village in the municipality of Kraljevo, western-central Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1114 people. Show Čibukovacon the map
Zemun PoljeZemun Polje (Serbian Cyrillic: Земун Поље) is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Zemun. Show Zemun Poljeon the map
GrockaGrocka (Serbian Cyrillic: Гроцка, pronounced [ɡrǒtskaː]) is a town and one of 17 city municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Show Grockaon the map
UgrinovciUgrinovci (Serbian Cyrillic: Угриновци) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Zemun. Show Ugrinovcion the map
BaničinaBaničina is a village in the municipality of Smederevska Palanka, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1189 people. Show Baničinaon the map
SremčicaSremčica (Serbian Cyrillic: Сремчица) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in the municipality of Čukarica. Show Sremčicaon the map
Gornja GrabovicaGornja Grabovica is a village in the municipality of Valjevo, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1366 people. Show Gornja Grabovicaon the map
PožeženoPožeženo is a village in the municipality of Veliko Gradište, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 799 people. Show Požeženoon the map
Stari TrstenikStari Trstenik is a village in the municipality of Trstenik, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 733 people. Show Stari Trstenikon the map
SmoljinacSmoljinac is a village in the municipality of Malo Crniće, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1873 people. Show Smoljinacon the map
AleksandrovacAleksandrovac is a village in the municipality of Žabari, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1546 people. Show Aleksandrovacon the map
AljudovoAljudovo is a village in the municipality of Malo Crniće, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 159 people. Show Aljudovoon the map
BatulovceBatulovce is a village in the municipality of Vlasotince, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 806 people. Show Batulovceon the map
Gornja PočekovinaPočekovina is a village in the municipality of Trstenik, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 838 people. Show Gornja Počekovinaon the map
DadinceDadince is a village in the municipality of Vlasotince, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 195 people. Show Dadinceon the map
BusilovacBusilovac is a village in the municipality of Paraćin, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1041 people. Show Busilovacon the map
BrežaneBrežane is a village in the municipality of Požarevac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1017 people. Show Brežaneon the map
BogdanjeBogdanje is a village in the municipality of Trstenik, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1055 people. Show Bogdanjeon the map
BolečBoleč (Serbian Cyrillic: Болеч) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in the municipality of Grocka. Show Bolečon the map
DrmnoDrmno is a village in the municipality of Požarevac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1046 people. Show Drmnoon the map
BošnjaceBošnjace is a village in the municipality of Lebane, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 1629 people. Show Bošnjaceon the map
BadinceBadince is a village in the municipality of Leskovac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 521 people. Show Badinceon the map
BačinaBačina is a village in the municipality of Varvarin, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 2381 people. Show Bačinaon the map
RoandaRoanda is a village in the municipality of Svilajnac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 572 people. Show Roandaon the map
LapotinceLapotince is a village in the municipality of Bojnik, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 647 people. Show Lapotinceon the map
ŠljivarŠljivar is a village in the municipality of Zaječar, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 329 people. Show Šljivaron the map
BujkovacBujkovac is a village in the municipality of Vranje, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 796 people. Show Bujkovacon the map
ČepureČepure is a village in the municipality of Paraćin, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 825 people. Show Čepureon the map
ŠtitarŠtitar (Serbian Cyrillic: Штитар) is a village in Serbia, located around 9 km west from the town of Šabac, in Mačva District. Show Štitaron the map
OstružnicaOstružnica (Serbian Cyrillic: is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, in the municipality of Čukarica. It has a population of 4,218 people (2011). Show Ostružnicaon the map
BeljajkaBeljajka (Serbian Cyrillic: Бељајка) is a village situated in Despotovac municipality in Serbia. Show Beljajkaon the map
Veliko LaoleVeliko Laole is a village situated in Petrovac na Mlavi municipality in Serbia. Show Veliko Laoleon the map
StepojevacStepojevac is a village situated in Lazarevac municipality in Serbia. Show Stepojevacon the map
KonarevoKonarevo is a village situated in Kraljevo municipality in Serbia. Show Konarevoon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Central Serbia
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Opština Čačak-gradČačak (Serbian Cyrillic: Чачак, pronounced [t͡ʃǎːt͡ʃak]) is a city in west-central Serbia. Čačak lies on the West Morava river, which is the second largest river in Serbia after the Danube (308 km), and between Šumadija and the Dinaric Alps, in the Čačak-Kraljevo valley. It is the administrative center of the Moravica District of Serbia. Čačak is the main economic, cultural and sport center of the district, which includes Gornji Milanovac to the north and Lučani to the southwest. Čačak borders Požega, Serbia (Zlatibor District) to the west, Knić (Šumadija District) to the east and Kraljevo (Raška District) to the southeast. Moravica District includes Čačak, Gornji Milanovac, Lučani and Ivanjica. The lowest altitude is 204 m (confluence of Bresnička reka and Zapadna Morava) and the highest@en .Show on map
Opština SokobanjaSokobanja (Serbian Cyrillic: Сокобања, pronounced [sɔ̂kɔbaɲa]) is a spa town and municipality situated in eastern Serbia. In 2011 the population of the Sokobanja town is 7,972, while population of the whole municipality is 15,981. \n* Waterfall at Ozren mountain. \n* Overview of Sokograd.Show on map
Opština KragujevacKragujevac (Serbian Cyrillic: pronounced [krǎɡujeʋat͡s] (13px listen)) is the fourth largest city in Serbia, the administrative centre of Šumadija District. It is situated on the banks of the Lepenica River. According to the official results of the 2011 census, the city has a population of 179,417 inhabitants.Show on map
Central SerbiaCentral Serbia (Serbian: Централна Србија / Centralna Srbija), also referred to as Serbia proper, is the part of Serbia lying outside of the provinces of Vojvodina and the disputed territory of Kosovo (AP Kosovo and Metohija). Central Serbia is a term of convenience, not an administrative division of Serbia as such, and does not have any form of separate administration.Show on map
Opština PirotPirot (Serbian Cyrillic: Пирот) is a city located in south-eastern Serbia. According to 2011 census, the town has a total population of 38,785, while the population of the whole territory of the city was 57,928. The city is the administrative center of the Pirot District. The city has rich geographical features, including the mountains of Stara Planina, Vlaška Planina, Belava, Suva Planina; rivers which flow through the town, including Nišava, Jerma, Rasnička Reka, Temštica and the Visočica; and four lakes, the Zavoj Lake, Berovacko Lake, Krupac Lake and Sukovo Lake.Show on map
Opština BujanovacBujanovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Бујановац, pronounced [bǔjanɔvats]; Albanian: Bujanoc) is a town and municipality in Pčinja District of southern Serbia, located at the South Morava basin. It is known for its source of mineral water, so it is also known as Bujanovačka banja.Show on map
Opština Beograd-VračarVračar (Serbian Cyrillic: Врачар, pronounced [v̞rǎt͡ʃaːr]) is an urban neighborhood and one of 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade. With an area of only 297 hectares (734 acres), it is the smallest of all Belgrade's (and Serbian) municipalities, but also the most densely populated. Vračar is one of the three municipalities that constitute the central area of the city (together with Savski Venac and Stari Grad). It is an affluent municipality, having one of the most expensive real estate prices within Belgrade, and has the highest proportion of university educated inhabitants compared to all other Serbian municipalities. One of the most famous landmarks in Belgrade, the Saint Sava Temple is located in Vračar.Show on map
Zaječar-gradZaječar (Serbian Cyrillic: Зајечар pronounced [zâjɛtʃar], Romanian: Zaicear) is a city in the eastern part of Serbia. According to the 2011 census the town has a population of 59,461, and its coordinates are 43.91° North, 22.30° East. Zaječar has a number of primary and secondary schools as well as the first private college established in Serbia, the Faculty of Management Megatrend University. Zaječar is widely known for its rock music festival Gitarijada which has existed for more than 40 years and for the festival dedicated to contemporary art, ZALET. It is the administrative center of the Zaječar District and a main town in the Timočka Krajina region.Show on map
Opština AranđelovacAranđelovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: is a town and a municipality in Serbia at 44.31° North, 20.57° East. It lies beneath the mountains Bukulja and Venčac, at about 255 metres (837 ft) above sea level, 75 kilometres (47 miles) away from Belgrade. The municipality encompasses two town and 18 village communities. Bukovička Banja Spa is located in the town. The town is situated in the Šumadijski okrug (Šumadija region) with the administrative center in Kragujevac. According to the most recent, 2011 census, there are 24,580 inhabitants in the town itself, while the whole municipality has a total of 46,079 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština RažanjRažanj (Serbian Cyrillic: Ражањ) is a village and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. The municipality of Ražanj is located in southeast Central Serbia, 50 kilometers (31 mi) northwest of Niš, the third-largest city of Serbia. It is a small municipality consisting of 23 settlements having a total population of 9,137 inhabitants (1,241 in the town itself). The municipality covers an area of 289 km2 and belongs to the administrative district of Nišava. Neighboring municipalities are Kruševac, Aleksinac, Sokobanja, Boljevac, Paraćin and Ćićevac.Show on map
Opština PreševoPreševo (Serbian Cyrillic: Прешево, pronounced [prêʃeʋo]; Albanian: Presheva, Preshevë) is the southernmost town and municipality of Serbia, bordering Macedonia to the south, and Kosovo to the west. It is the largest town of the Preševo Valley, and the cultural center of Albanians in Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the town of Preševo had a population of 13,426 people, while the municipality had 34,904 inhabitants. With over 90% of the total population, Albanians form the majority of the municipality, followed by Serbs, Roma and other smaller ethnic groups.Show on map
Opština Gornji MilanovacGornji Milanovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Гoрњи Милановац, pronounced [ɡôːrɲiː mǐlanoʋats] (13px listen)) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia. Its name means \"Upper Milanovac\" (there is a Lower Milanovac as well, while Milanovac stems from the name Milan in Serbian). The population of the town is 24,216, while the population of the municipality is 44,406.Show on map
Opština Novi PazarNovi Pazar (Turkish: Yeni Pazar, lit. \"New Bazaar\", pronounced [nôʋiː pǎzaːr]) is a city located in southwest Serbia. Novi Pazar is the cultural center of the Bosniaks in Serbia and the historical region of Sandžak. A multicultural area of Muslims and Orthodox Christians, many monuments of both religions, like the Altun-Alem Mosque and the Church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul, are found in the region. As of the 2011 census, the population of the municipal area of Novi Pazar was 100,410, while the city itself had a population of 66,527.Show on map
Opština BrusBrus (Serbian Cyrillic: Брус, pronounced [brûːs]) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the population of the town is 4,572, while the population of the municipality is 16,293. It is located at 430 metres (1,410 ft) above sea level, just below mountain ski center Kopaonik. The city is surrounded by hills on three levels, where the lowest one is a place where the Grasevka river firths into the Rasina river. On the upper level of the town a fountain of medicinal mineral water is located.Show on map
Opština VranjeVranje (Serbian Cyrillic: Врање, pronounced [ʋrâɲɛ] (13px listen)) is a city and municipality in southern Serbia. The population of the city administrative area is 83,524, while the urban area has 55,138 people. It is the administrative center of the Pčinja District of Serbia and the southernmost settlement which is in an official category of a city (grad). It is on the Pan-European Corridor X, close to the borders with Macedonia and Bulgaria. The Eparchy of Vranje is seated in the city and the 4th Land Force Brigade of the Serbian army is stationed here.Show on map
Opština TopolaTopola (Serbian Cyrillic: Топола, [tɔpɔ̌la]) is a town and municipality situated in the Šumadija region of Serbia. It was the place where Karađorđe, a Serbian revolutionary, was chosen as the leader of the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire in 1804. The local St. George Church is the burial place of the Ducal and Royal Family of Serbia and Yugoslavia (the Karađorđevićes). The name Topola means poplar. Topola is famous for its yearly Oplenac vintage festival, attended by several thousand visitors each year.Show on map
Opština BojnikBojnik (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојник) is a village and a municipality located in the Jablanica District of Serbia some 20 km west from Leskovac. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 6,688 while population of the municipality was 11,073. Much of the population settled in after World War II because on 17 February 1942, Bulgarian occupation forces in one day killed all 476 inhabitants of Bojnik, including women, children and the elderly. The massacre was in response to the sheltering of a few Partisans.Show on map
Opština RekovacRekovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Рековац) is a village and municipality located in the Pomoravlje District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 1,587, while population of the municipality is 10,971. Rekovac is the center of small geographical region called Levač. The village has a river called Dulenka, named after one of the settlements in the municipality. There are two schools in Rekovac: a primary school called Svetozar Marković, and a highschool called škola.Show on map
Opština ValjevoValjevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Ваљево, pronounced [v̞âːʎɛv̞ɔ]) is a city located in western Serbia. It is the center of the Kolubara District, which includes five other, smaller municipalities with a total population of almost 175,000. According to the 2011 census, the administrative area of Valjevo had 90,312 inhabitants, 59,073 of whom were urban dwellers. Valjevo occupies an area of 905 square kilometers; its altitude is 185 meters. The city is situated along the river Kolubara, a tributary of the Sava river.Show on map
Opština Velika PlanaVelika Plana (Serbian Cyrillic: Велика Плана, pronounced [ʋêlikaː plǎːna]), is a town and municipality located in the Podunavlje District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the municipality is 40,578 (i.e. in the town proper, 16,078 inhabitants). It is estimated that about 5,500-6,500 IDP's from Kosovo & Metohija also live in Velika Plana but are unregistered. It lies on the left bank of Velika Morava, at a distance of 4 kilometres (2 miles) from the town centre.Show on map
Opština ProkupljeProkuplje (Serbian Cyrillic: Прокупље, Serbian pronunciation: [prǒkupʎe]) is a town and municipality located in the southern part of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the town has a total population of 27,333 inhabitants, while population of municipality is 44,419. It is the administrative center of the Toplica District of Serbia. It is one of the Roman sites of Serbia. It was a kaza center in Niš sanjak as \"Ürgüp\" during Ottoman rule and was incorporated in Kingdom of Serbia in 1878.Show on map
Opština MionicaMionica (Serbian Cyrillic: Мионица, [miɔ̌nit͡sa]) is a town and municipality located in the Kolubara District of Serbia. As of 2011, the population of the town is 1,571, while population of the municipality is 14,263.In Mionica there is one primary school, a community health clinic and a culture centre with a movie theater attached to it. It is pretty much oriented to neighboring city of Valjevo which is located near the center of the region.Show on map
Opština SvilajnacSvilajnac (pronounced /sviːlaɪnʌt͡s/; Serbian Cyrillic: Свилајнац) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia at 44.13° North, 21.12° East, 100 km (62 mi) south-east of Belgrade, on the banks of the river Resava, and bordering the river Morava. Its name stems from the word for silk in Serbian. It is the de facto administrative center of the Resava region. The population of the town is 9,131 while municipality has 23,391.Show on map
Opština IvanjicaIvanjica (Serbian Cyrillic: Ивањица, pronounced [ǐʋaɲitsa]) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia. The population of the town is 11,715, while the population of the municipality is 31,963. The town is famous for having large potato and raspberry plantations in which many locals are employed. It is also known for the cultural event Nušićijada and as being the birthplace of World War II Chetnik leader, Draža Mihailović.Show on map
Opština TrstenikTrstenik (Serbian Cyrillic: Трстеник, pronounced [tr̩stěniːk]) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 15,329, while population of the municipality was 42,989. It lies on the West Morava. The town is known for its industry of hydraulics and pneumatics company, Prva Petoletka. There is also the small Trstenik Airport near the town.Show on map
Opština Bajina BaštaBajina Bašta (Serbian Cyrillic: Бајина Башта, pronounced [bâjina bǎːʃta]) is a town located in the western mountains of Serbia. The town lies in the valley of the Drina River at the eastern edge of Tara National Park. It is the administrative seat of the Bajina Bašta Municipality in the Zlatibor District. The population of the town, according to 2011 census, is 9,148 inhabitants, while municipality has 25,724.Show on map
Opština KosjerićKosjerić (Serbian Cyrillic: Косјерић; pronounced [kɔsjɛ̌rit͡ɕ]) is a town and municipality in Western Serbia. The municipality has 12,090 inhabitants, but the town itself has 3,992. The municipality's area is 359 square kilometres (139 sq mi), with 26 villages mostly placed in the river valleys, though there are also some settlements in the mountains at altitudes of more than 1,000 metres (3,300 ft).Show on map
Opština Šabac-gradŠabac (Serbian Cyrillic: Шабац, pronounced [ʃâbat͡s]) is a city in western Serbia, along the Sava river, near the mountain Cer, in the region of Mačva. It is the administrative center of the Mačva District. The city has a population of 74,242, while population of the administrative area is 118,347. Šabac acquired city rights in 2007, after a partial restructuring of local government in Serbia.Show on map
Opština Vladičin HanVladičin Han (Serbian Cyrillic: Владичин Хан, pronounced [ʋlǎdit͡ʃiŋ xâːn]) is a town and municipality located in the Pčinja District of Serbia. The population of the town is 8,030, while the population of the municipality is 20,871. This picturesque town is situated along the main express route linking Belgrade and Niš with Skopje and ultimately Greece via the Republic of Macedonia.Show on map
Opština ČajetinaČajetina (Serbian Cyrillic: Чајетина) is a town and municipality in western Serbia, residing in the Zlatibor District. The population of the town is 3,342, while the municipality has 14,745 inhabitants. Its coordinates are 43.75°N and 19.72°E. Čajetina town is the administrative centre of the Čajetina municipality, which covers the most of the Mount Zlatibor area.Show on map
Opština Vrnjačka BanjaVrnjačka Banja (Serbian Cyrillic: Врњачка Бања) is a town, municipality, and a resort, mineral spa located in Raška District of Serbia. The population of the town is 10,065 inhabitants, while the population of the entire municipality is 27,527 inhabitants. It contains hot spring with a temperature measuring exactly that of the human body (36.5 degrees Celsius).Show on map
Opština Beograd-PalilulaPalilula (Serbian Cyrilic: Палилула, pronounced [pǎlilula]) is an urban neighborhood and one of 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It has the largest area of all municipalities of Belgrade. The core of Palilula is close to the center of the city, but the municipality also includes sparsely populated land north of the Danube.Show on map
Opština Bela PalankaBela Palanka (Serbian Cyrillic: Бела Паланка, pronounced [bɛ̂ːlaː pǎlaːŋka]) is a town and municipality located in the Pirot District of southeast Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the population of the town is 8,112, and thepopulation of the municipality is 12,051. In ancient times, the town was known as Remesiana. The name Bela Palanka means 'white town'.Show on map
Opština PožegaPožega (Serbian Cyrillic: Пожега, pronounced [pôʒeɡa]) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of Serbia. The population of the town is 13,153, while the municipality has 29,638 inhabitants. During the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the town was named Užička Požega, to be distinguished from Slavonska Požega, now in Croatia.Show on map
Opština LebaneLebane (Serbian Cyrillic: Лебане) is a town and municipality in southern Serbia, a part of the Jablanica District. The municipality is located at 41°45'N and 21°45'E and has a population of 21,802 while the town itself has 10,062 inhabitants (according to 2011 census). The elevation of the town of Lebane is between 275.2 and 420 masl.Show on map
Opština AriljeArilje (Serbian Cyrillic: Ариље, pronounced [ǎriːʎɛ]) is a town and municipality in western Serbia, in the Zlatibor District. The population of the town is 6,763, while the municipality has 18,792 inhabitants. The town's coordinates are 43.75°N and 20.10°E. It is famous for having large raspberry plantations in which many locals are employed.Show on map
Opština Kruševac-gradKruševac (Serbian Cyrillic: Крушевац [krûʃeʋat͡s] (13px listen)) is a city and the administrative center of the Rasina District, in Serbia. It is located in the valley of West Morava, on Rasina river. According to the 2011 census, the administrative area has a population of 128,752, while the town has 58,745. The city was founded in 1371, by Prince Lazar of Serbia (1371–1389), who used it as his seat.Show on map
Opština LjigLjig (Serbian Cyrillic: Љиг) is a town of 3,219 inhabitants in central Serbia. It is surrounded by a municipality of the same name, which has a total of 12,730 inhabitants. Ljig is an underdeveloped region of Serbia, surrounded by Mount Rajac and Mount Rudnik. It was struck by an earthquake in 2003 and a drought in 2004.Show on map
Opština GolubacGolubac (Serbian Cyrillic: Голубац, pronounced [ɡǒlubats]) is a village and municipality in north-eastern Serbia, on the right side of the Danube river. It is bordered by Romania to the east, Veliko Gradište to the west and Kučevo to the south. The population of the village is 1,655 and the population of the municipality is 8,161.Show on map
Opština Mali ZvornikMali Zvornik (Serbian Cyrillic: Мали Зворник, pronounced [mâːliː zʋɔ̌rniːk]) is a town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 4,132, while the population of the municipality is 11,987. It lays opposite of the Drina river from the town of Zvornik, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.Show on map
Opština Veliko GradišteVeliko Gradište (Serbian Cyrillic: Велико Градиште, pronounced [ʋělikoː ɡrâdiːʃte]) is a town and municipality located in Serbia, in north-east Serbia (Braničevo District), on the right bank of the Danube river and left bank of the Pek river. In 2011, the town has total population of 6,204, while the municipality has 17,610.Show on map
Opština KladovoKladovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Кладово, pronounced [klâdɔʋɔ]) is a town and municipality in the Bor District of eastern Serbia. It is situated on the right bank of the Danube river. The population of the Kladovo town is 8,913, while the population of the Kladovo municipality with surrounding settlements is 20,635 (2011 census).Show on map
Opština DespotovacDespotovac (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town and municipality located in Serbia, around 130 kilometers southeast of Belgrade. Its name stems from Despot, a title of Serbian medieval prince Stefan Lazarević. In 2011 the town has a total population of 4,212, while the municipality has a population of 22,995.Show on map
Opština NegotinNegotin (Serbian Cyrillic: Неготин [nêɡotiːn] (13px listen)) is a town and municipality in the Bor District of north-eastern Central Serbia. It is situated near the borders between Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria. It is the judicial center of the Bor District. The population of the town is 16,716 while municipality has 36,879.Show on map
Opština Petrovac na MlaviPetrovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Петровац; or Petrovac na Mlavi (trans. Petrovac on Mlava; Serbian Cyrillic: Петровац на Млави; Vlach: Piatra Mlavei)) is a town and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 7,229, while population of the municipality is 30,325.It's one of the few regions in Serbia of protestant majority.Show on map
Opština LajkovacLajkovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Лајковац) is a small town and municipality in Serbia, close to the town of Lazarevac.It is located in the Kolubara River valley and near to Ibar highway, the main route from Serbia to Montenegro.It has population of 3,203 inhabitants, while the municipality has 15,341 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština Crna TravaCrna Trava (Serbian Cyrillic: Црна Трава, Serbian pronunciation: [t͡sr̩̂ːnaː trǎːʋa]) is a village and municipality located in the Jablanica District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 452 inhabitants, while population of the municipality is 1,661. This is the poorest municipality in the country.Show on map
Opština RaškaRaška (Serbian Cyrillic: Рашка, pronounced [râʃkaː]) is a town and municipality in south-central Serbia. The municipality has a population of 24,680 people, while the town has a population of 6,574 people (2011 census). It covers an area of 670 square kilometres. The town is situated on the rivers Raška and Ibar.Show on map
Opština ĆuprijaĆuprija (Serbian Cyrillic: Ћуприја, pronounced [tɕǔprija], see ) is a town and administrative district in Serbia, at 43.93° North, 21.38° East. Ćuprija is part of Pomoravlje District (Serbian Cyrillic: округ) in Serbia. The population of the town is 19,380, while the municipality has 30,020 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština Užice-gradUžice (Serbian Cyrillic: Ужице, pronounced [ûʒit͡se] (13px listen)) is a city in western Serbia, located on the banks of the River Đetinja. It is the administrative center of the Zlatibor District. The administrative area has a total population of 78,040, while the city itself has a population of 59,747 (2011 census).Show on map
Opština ParaćinParaćin (Serbian Cyrillic: Параћин, pronounced [pâratɕin]) is a town and municipality in Serbia, located in the valley of the Velika Morava river, north of Kruševac and southeast of Kragujevac. In 2011 the town has total population of 24,573 and it has a civil airport, also known as Davidovac Airport.Show on map
ToplicaKuršumlija (Serbian Cyrillic: pronounced [kurʃǔmlija]) is a town and municipality located in Serbia, near the rivers Toplica, Kosanica and Banjska, on the southeast of mount Kopaonik, and northwest of mount Radan. As of 2011, the town has 13,306 inhabitants, while municipality has 19,213.Show on map
Opština Smederevska PalankaSmederevska Palanka (Serbian Cyrillic: Паланка, pronounced [smɛ̂dɛrɛʋska pǎlaːŋka]) is a town and municipality located in Eastern Serbia. According to the preliminary results of the 2011 census, the municipality had a total population of 50,284, while the town had 23,601 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština PožarevacPožarevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Пожаревац) is a city in eastern Serbia. It is located between three rivers: Danube, Great Morava and Mlava. It is the administrative centre of the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the city had a population of 44,183 and its municipal area 75,334.Show on map
Opština LučaniLučani (Serbian Cyrillic: Лучани) is a town and municipality located in central Serbia. The population of the town is 5,142, while the population of the municipality is 20,897. Perhaps the most famous village in the municipality is Guča, where the annual trumpet festival is held.Show on map
Opština Niš-MedijanaMedijana (Медијана) is the central, and most populous, municipality of the City of Niš in Serbia. According to 2011 census, the municipality has a population of 88,010. It is the seventeenth municipality in Serbia by population, but by area, it is the third smallest.Show on map
Opština MedveđaMedveđa (Serbian Cyrillic: Медвеђа, pronounced [ˈmɛdvɛdʑa], Albanian: Medvegja) is a town and municipality in Jablanica District of Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the municipality of Medveđa has a population of 7,438 people, while the town has a population of 2,848.Show on map
Opština KnjaževacKnjaževac (Serbian Cyrillic: Књажевац, pronounced [kɲǎːʒɛʋats]) is a town and municipality situated in eastern Serbia, in the Timočka Krajina region bordering Bulgaria. The town is situated between three mountains. The municipality has a population of 30,902 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština DimitrovgradDimitrovgrad (also known as Цариброд)) is a town and 483 km² large municipality located in the Pirot District of the Republic of Serbian. According to 2011 census, the municipality of Dimitrovgrad has a population of 10,118 people and the town 6,278.Show on map
Opština LoznicaLoznica (Serbian: Лозница, pronounced [lǒznit͡sa]) is a city located in western Serbia, in the Mačva District. It lies on the right bank of the Drina river. In 2011 the city had a total population of 19,572, while the administrative area had a population of 79,327.Show on map
Opština Nova VarošNova Varoš (Cyrillic script: Нова Варош, pronounced [nɔ̂v̞aː v̞ǎːrɔʃ]) is a town and municipality in Zlatibor District of Serbia. The municipality of Nova Varoš has a population of 16,638, while the town of Nova Varoš itself has a population of 8,795 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština LeskovacLeskovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Лесковац, pronounced is a city in southern Serbia. It is the administrative center of the Jablanica District of Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the city has 60,288 inhabitants, while the Municipality has 144,206.Show on map
Opština VarvarinVarvarin (Serbian Cyrillic: Варварин, pronounced [ʋarʋǎriːn]) is a small town and municipality in the Šumadija region of central Serbia. Population of the town is 2,133, and population of the municipality is 17,772. It is part of the Rasina District of Serbia.Show on map
Opština TutinTutin (Serbian Cyrillic: Тутин) is a town and municipality in the Raška region of Serbia. According to a 2011 census, the municipality of Tutin has a population of 31,155 people. It is the first municipality in Serbia that has renewable wind power.Show on map
Opština AleksinacAleksinac (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town which is a center of Aleksinac Municipality, located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the town has a population of 16,420 inhabitants, while the municipality has 51,462.Show on map
Opština ŽitorađaŽitorađa (Serbian Cyrillic: Житорађа, pronounced [ʒîtorad͡ʑa]) is a village and municipality in the Toplica District of Serbia. The municipality includes 30 settlements. According to the 2011 census, the population of the municipality is 16,368 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština MajdanpekMajdanpek (Serbian Cyrillic: Мајданпек) is a town and municipality in Bor District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the municipality of Majdanpek had a population of 18,179 people, while the town of Majdanpek had a population of 7,367.Show on map
Opština BosilegradBosilegrad (Bulgarian: is a town and municipality in Pčinja District of Serbia. The municipality comprises an area of 571 km². According to 2011 census, it has a total population of 8,129 inhabitants, while the town has 2,624.Show on map
Opština PrijepoljePrijepolje (Serbian Cyrillic: Пријепоље, pronounced is a town and municipality in the Zlatibor District of Serbia. The municipality of Prijepolje has a population of 37,059 people, while the town itself has a population of 13,330.Show on map
Opština LapovoLapovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Лапово) is a municipality located in the central part of Serbia and in east part of Šumadija district which it belongs to and extends to 5,522 acres. The population of the town is 7,837 according to 2011 census.Show on map
Opština ĆićevacĆićevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Ћићевац, pronounced [tɕîtɕeʋats]) is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 4,681, while the population of the municipality is 9,446.Show on map
Opština BoljevacBoljevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Бољевац, pronounced is a town and municipality located in the Zaječar District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 3,332, while population of the municipality is 12,865.Show on map
Opština KučevoKučevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Кучево, pronounced [kûtʃɛʋɔ]; Romanian: Cuciovă) is a town and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 3,950, while population of the municipality is 15,490.Show on map
Opština BatočinaBatočina (Serbian: Баточина, pronounced [bâtɔtʃina]) is a small town and municipality located in the Šumadija District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 5,804, while population of the municipality is 11,760.Show on map
BorThe Bor District (Serbian: Борски округ / Borski okrug) is a district of Serbia. It has a population of 123,848 (2011 census). The administrative centre of the Bor district is Bor and the judicial one, due to tradition, Negotin.Show on map
Opština SjenicaSjenica (Serbian Cyrillic: Сјеница; pronounced [sjɛ̌nitsa]), is a town and municipality in the Zlatibor District of Serbia. The population of the town, according to 2011 census, is 14,060 inhabitants, while the municipality has 26,392.Show on map
Opština TrgovišteTrgovište (Serbian Cyrillic: Трговиште) is a small town and municipality located in the Pčinja District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 1,785, while population of the municipality is 5,091.Show on map
Opština SvrljigSvrljig (Serbian Cyrillic: Сврљиг, [sʋř̩ʎiːɡ]) is a town and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the town has a population of 7,543 inhabitants, while the municipality has 14,224.Show on map
Opština ŽagubicaŽagubica (Serbian Cyrillic: Жагубица, pronounced [ʒǎɡubitsa]) is a village and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 2,584, while population of the municipality is 12,737.Show on map
Opština BlaceBlace (Serbian Cyrillic: Блаце, pronounced [blâtsɛ]) is a town and municipality located in the Toplica District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 5,253, while population of the municipality is 11,754.Show on map
Opština Gadžin HanGadžin Han (Serbian Cyrillic: Гаџин Хан) is a village and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, a village has a population of 1,209 inhabitants, while the municipality has 8,357.Show on map
Opština KrupanjKrupanj (Serbian Cyrillic: Крупањ, pronounced [krûːpaɲ]) is a town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. The municipality has a total population of 18,853, while the town has a population of 4,314 (2011 census).Show on map
Opština MerošinaMerošina (Serbian Cyrillic: Мерошина) is a village and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the village has a population of 906 inhabitants, while the municipality has 13,916.Show on map
Opština BabušnicaBabušnica (Serbian Cyrillic: Бабушница) is a town and municipality located in the Pirot District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 4,578, while population of the municipality is 12,259.Show on map
Opština SurdulicaSurdulica (Serbian Cyrillic: Сурдулица) is a town and municipality situated in the southeast of Serbia (approx. 42°41'30\"N, 22°10'E). The population of the town is 11,400, while the municipality has 20,319 inhabitants.Show on map
Opština DoljevacDoljevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Дољевац) is a small town and municipality located in the Nišava District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, a town has a population of 1,657 inhabitants, while the municipality has 18,441.Show on map
Opština KnićKnić (Serbian Cyrillic: Кнић) is a village and municipality located in the Šumadija District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the village is 2,166, while population of the municipality is 14,205.Show on map
Opština BogatićBogatić (Serbian Cyrillic: Богатић, pronounced [bǒɡatitɕ]) is a little town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 7,113, while population of the municipality is 31,422.Show on map
Opština AleksandrovacAleksandrovac (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of Serbia. In 2002, the population of the town was 6,476, while the population of the municipality was 29,389.Show on map
Opština OsečinaOsečina (Serbian Cyrillic: Осечина, pronounced [ɔsɛ̌tʃina]) is a town and municipality located in the Kolubara District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 2,730, while population of the municipality is 12,571.Show on map
Opština Malo CrnićeMalo Crniće (Serbian Cyrillic: Мало Црниће) is a village and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 719, while population of the municipality is 11,422.Show on map
Opština RačaRača (Serbian Cyrillic: Рача) is a town and municipality located in the Šumadija District of Serbia. According to 2011 census, the population of the town is 2,595, while population of the municipality is 11,475.Show on map
Opština VladimirciVladimirci (Serbian Cyrillic: is a village and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 1,898, while population of the municipality is 14,546.Show on map
Opština ŽabariŽabari (Serbian Cyrillic: Жабари) is a village and municipality located in the Braničevo District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 1,163, while the population of the municipality is 10,969.Show on map
Opština LjubovijaLjubovija (Serbian: Љубовија, [ʎubɔ̌ʋija]) is a town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 4,742 while the population of the municipality is 13,914.Show on map
Opština PribojPriboj (Serbian Cyrillic: Прибој, pronounced [prǐːbɔj]) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of Serbia. The population of the town is 14,920, while the population of the municipality is 27,133.Show on map
NišavaThe Nišava District (Serbian: Нишавски округ / Nišavski okrug) expands in the south-eastern parts of Serbia. It has a population of 372,404. The administrative centre of the district is the city of Niš.Show on map
Opština KoceljevaKoceljeva (Serbian: Коцељева) is a small town and municipality located in the Mačva District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the village is 3,978, while population of the municipality is 12,785.Show on map
Opština VlasotinceVlasotince (Serbian Cyrillic: is a town and municipality in south-east Serbia. The municipality has 29,669 inhabitants, while the town itself has a population of 15,830 (2011 census).Show on map
Opština Niš-PantelejPantelej (Пантелеј) is one of the municipalities in the City of Niš, Serbia. The municipality of Pantelej has a population of 73,290 inhabitants. Pantelej Municipality was formed on June 6, 2002.Show on map
Opština Niš-PalilulaPalilula (Палилула) is one of the municipalities in the City of Niš, Serbia. The municipality of Palilula has a population of 71,707 inhabitants. Palilula Municipality was formed on June 6, 2002.Show on map
Opština UbUb (Serbian Cyrillic: Уб) is a town and municipality located in the Kolubara District of Serbia. In 2011, the population of the town is 6,164, while population of the municipality is 29,022.Show on map
Opština Niš-Crveni KrstCrveni Krst (Serbian Cyrillic: Црвени Крст, trans. Red Cross) is one of the municipalities in the City of Niš, Serbia. The municipality of Crveni Krst has a population of 31,762 inhabitantsShow on map
Opština Beograd-BarajevoBarajevo (Serbian Cyrillic: Барајево, pronounced [bǎrajɛv̞ɔ]) is a suburban settlement and one of 17 municipalities which constitute the City of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.Show on map
Different buildings in Central Serbia
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Niš Constantine the Great AirportNiš Constantine the Great Airport (Serbian: Аеродром Ниш - Велики / Aerodrom Niš - Konstantin Veliki) (IATA: INI, ICAO: LYNI), located 4 km (2.5 mi) northwest of the centre city of Niš in village Medoševac and Popovac on territory Niš municipality of Crveni Krst. It is the second largest international airport in Serbia.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Central Serbia
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KopaonikKopaonik (Albanian pronunciation: [Kopaonik/u] or [kɔpaɔ̌niːk]; pronounced [kɔ̌paɔniːk]; Serbian Cyrillic: Копаоник, is one of the larger mountain ranges of Serbia and Kosovo. It is located in the central part of Serbia and the northern part of Kosovo. Its highest point, Pančić's Peak, is 2,017 m (6,617 ft) above sea level and is located on the border between two countriesShow on map