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The Prehistoric Age - Lepenski Vir is an important Mesolithic archeological site. The remains suggest the first human presence in the locality around 7000 BC with its cultural development reaching its peak between 5300 BC and 4800 BC. The most important findings in the well laid-out settlement are a number of monumental stone sculptures made some six to seven thousand years ago.
Vinča - 14 km SE of Belgrade on the Danube. Beautiful figurines of bird goddesses. A lot of geometrical writing. Beautiful painted pottery - 5.800 - 4.800 BC.
Starčevo is a little village near Belgrade. First European pottery with geometrical motifs painted for the first time. Clay figurines of bird goddesses. A great ancient civilization on the Danube - 6000 BC.
     The Roman Era
- Serbia, the land where 17 Roman Emperors were born, presents the region of impressive trails of the glorious Roman Empire (27 B.C. – 476 year), whose rulers, according to historical sources and archaeological research brought the development of their native country to the highest point. Felix Romuliana (III and IV century), a crown of Roman palace architecture is the archaeological site of the residence of Roman Emperor Gay Valerie Maximianus Galerius. Niš, the birth place of the great Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (280–337 year), the first emperor who permitted the freedom of confession to all Christians is basically Naissus of the ancient Roman Empire. The Trajan Tables (around 100 year) located on a natural, almost vertical rock, high above the level of the Danube, near Kladovo, was raised by the Roman Emperor Trajan. These are inscriptions in Latin, a proof of completion of operations regarding building of the Roman military road through the canyon of the Danube. Diana (the end of I century), near Kladovo, a fortress raised on the rocky cliff above the Danube, during the rule of Emperor Trajan presents one of the biggest and most preserved Roman fortresses (castrums) on the Danube. The remains of Viminacium (I till III century), the former Roman town and military camp presents the world’s jewel and is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Southeast Europe.

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