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The terrain features . The average density of population is approximately 115 per km². The notable climate conditions in Serbia can be described as . Potential natural disasters are .
To reach someone in Serbia dial +381 prior to a number. There are 0 installed telephones. And there are 0 registered mobile phones. The cellular networks commonly support frequencies of MHz. Websites registered in this country end with the top level domain ".rs". If you want to bring electric equipment on your trip (e.g. laptop power supply), note the local power outlet of .
National administrative regions of Serbia
Neighbours: Albania, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro
|Size||88,361 square kilometers (km² or sqkm) or 34,116 square miles (mi² or sqmi)|
|Currency||Name Dinar, Currency Code:RSD|
|Country Top Level Domain (cTLD)||.rs|
|Telephone Country Prefix||+381|
|Mobile Phone Connections||0|
|Landline Phone Connections||0|
Country Position in World Rankings
Information about single country attributes and how these compare against the rest of the world. The information below is compiled with data from 2013. As such, it may differ a bit to the Information above in the text (which is from 2010).
Data based on CIA facts book 2010 & 2013, wikipedia, national statistical offices and their census releases
List of current world heritage sites
|Gamzigrad-Romuliana, Palace of Galerius|
The Late Roman fortified palace compound and memorial complex of Gamzigrad-Romuliana, Palace of Galerius, in the east of Serbia, was commissioned by Emperor Caius Valerius Galerius Maximianus, in the late 3rd and early 4th centuries. It was known as ...
|Medieval Monuments in Kosovo|
The four edifices of the site reflect the high points of the Byzantine-Romanesque ecclesiastical culture, with its distinct style of wall painting, which developed in the Balkans between the 13th and 17th centuries. The Dečani Monastery was built in ...
|Stari Ras and Sopoćani|
On the outskirts of Stari Ras, the first capital of Serbia, there is an impressive group of medieval monuments consisting of fortresses, churches and monasteries. The monastery at Sopoćani is a reminder of the contacts between Western civilization an ...
The Studenica Monastery was established in the late 12th century by Stevan Nemanja, founder of the medieval Serb state, shortly after his abdication. It is the largest and richest of Serbia’s Orthodox monasteries. Its two principal monuments, the Chu ...