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Medieval Serbian History The Serbs, South-slavic people have their origins in the 6th and 7th century communities, that developed in Southeastern Europe. Prince Viseslav (fl. 768–814), the first known Serbian monarch by name, ruled the hereditary lands of Neretva, Tara, Piva and Lim. In the IX-XII century the Serbian lands were divided by many realms.The most notable include Rascia, Duklja, Travunia, Bosnia and Zachlumia. From late 12th century onwards, a new state called Raska, centr...
Serbia is a landlocked country, located in the Balkans and the Pannonian Plain. It shares borders with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, the Republic of Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro and Romania. Access to the Adriatic sea is available through Montenegro, and the Danube River provides shipping access to inland Europe and the Black Sea. Serbia covers a total of 88,361 km². Its total border length amounts to 2,027 km (Albania 115 km, Bosnia and Herzegovina 302 km, Bulgari...
Serbian cuisine is a heterogeneous cuisine, sharing characteristics of the Balkans (especially former Yugoslavia), the Mediterranean (especially Greek), Turkish, and Central European (especially Austrian and Hungarian) cuisines. The national dishes include; Pljeskavica, Cevapcici, and Sarma. The national drink is the plum brandy Slivovitz.
Serbian culture starts with that of the South Slavic peoples that lived in the Balkans.Trough the centuries it has been influenced by neighbouring countries, as well as Byzantines, Venetians and Ottomans, thus developing a unique blend of national traditions, surviving to modern days.Following Serbia\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s autonomy after the Serbian revolution and eventual independence, the culture of Serbia was restrengthened within its people.