Interesting facts


Constantine the Great and 17 other Roman emperors were from Serbia. That’s a fifth of all the rulers of the Roman empire.

Statistically, Serbs are the most hospitable people in the world.




Beograd (Belgrade) is one of the oldest cities in Europe, first settled in the 3rd century BC by the Celts. Today’s Belgrade won the title of ‘City of the Future’ for Southern Europe, in a contest sponsored by The Economist. Also, Belgrade, has been ranked the highest among party places in the world by Lonely Planet.


The Cathedral of Saint Sava in Belgrade is the largest Orthodox Church currently in use.

Renown inventor, and master of Science, Nikola Tesla was a Serb.



The Serbian clock making industry is older than the Swiss. Serbs had their own clock 600 years earlier.




Serbia produced some of the very best basketball, football, water-polo, volleyball and tennis players. For sure the most famous among them is Novak Djokovic.




Serbia is famous for its tasty and natural food. Did you know that close to 95 percent of the world’s top quality raspberries come from Serbia?



Serbian Karađorđević dynasty has ties with the British royals, as well as Greek and Romanian royals.