The Roman Imperial City of Viminacium, built in the time of the emperor Hadrian, had for centuries been silently existing under the surface of the Earth, forgotten and lost like Pompei. Today, it is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Europe.
The Embassy of Egypt in Serbia is working hard to connect our two, provenly friendly, countries. This year, Egypt is the partner-country of the October Book Fair in Belgrade. By the beginning of next year already, it will also be a partner-country of the Tourism Fair.
As part of “Cultural Heritage of Serbia”edition, the NTOS published a guide that presents monumental heritage created during the Ottoman rule of Serbia. Fortresses, baths, mosques, endowments... but also culinary influences stands as a valuable part of Serbian tourist offer.
The Roman Empire, one of the biggest in history, which in its peak spread across the three continents, peculiarly flourished in the Balkans between the 2nd and the 4th centuries A.D. In that span of time, as many as sixteen Roman emperors were born in the territory of Serbia!
“There have always been special relations between Russia and Serbia – enweaved by deep understanding… The great relations, faithful to the end,” writes authoress Aleksandra Mikata in the introduction to a guidebook dedicated to the Russian heritage in Serbia.
After two successfully completed EU projects within the European Institute of Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe in 2015, the Danube Competence Center (DCC) officially certified the program entitled the “Roman Emperors’ and Danubian Wine Routes”.