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Welcome to Serbia

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Welcome to Serbia - map of Serbia

This website aims to welcome expats to Serbia. No matter where you're from – USA,  France, UK, Canada, India, Lebanon, South Africa, China, Togo or from anywhere else - you'll always be welcome.

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How to get to Serbia

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How to get to Serbia

Serbia has a well developed road network, comparable in terms of density and pavement type to that of the most advanced Central and East European countries.

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Useful facts

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Serbian dinar

The monetary unit is the Dinar (RSD) - 1 Dinar = 100 Para. Coins: 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 Dinar and banknotes are 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 1000 and 5000 Dinar.

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Cost of Living in Belgrade

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Cost of Living in Belgrade

These data are from December, 2010 and they represent the average prices of displayed items.

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Population, Language and Religion

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Serbian national flag

The ethnic composition of the population of the Republic of Serbia is very diverse, which is a result of the country's turbulent past.

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Transportation

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Transportation in SerbiaSerbia covers 88,361 sq. km., with about 18,000 km of primary roads (380 km of motorways & 165 km of secondary highways) and 30,000 km of local roads.

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Position and climate

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Position and climateSerbia is located in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula, on the most important route linking Europe and Asia, occupying an area of 88, 361 sq. km.

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Food and drink

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Food and drink

First of all, Serbs are very very proud of their food and they should be, having a rich cuisine and a large diversity of alcohol beverages that accompany these amazing dishes.

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