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Knjazevac

Knjazevac, host city of LDA for Central and Southern Serbia, is a town and municipality situated in south-eastern Serbia, in the region bordering Bulgaria. The municipality extends over an area of 1202 km2 and is the fourth largest in the Republic of Serbia. The municipality has a population of 30,902 inhabitants. Last year Knjazevac was awarded with the prestigious European Destinations of Excellence - EDEN award, thus becoming the first Serbian winner of this European Commission award that promotes models of sustainable tourism development in member states and candidates for EU membership. See more...

Mostar

The City of Mostar is the economic, cultural , university , traffic and tourist center of Herzegovina . It developed around the Old Bridge , which was built in 1566 on the river Neretva spread flower and viniogradnom valley, now inhabited by 113,169 people . Three national community , Croats, Bosniaks and Serbs and citizens of other nationalities are substantially maintained their presence in the city despite the war and migration so that Mostar is today virtually the only truly multiethnic city in Bosnia and Herzegovina . See more...

Niksic

Niksic is host town of Local democracy agency Niksic. The 2065 km2 area of Niksic covers the central and western part of Montenegro. According to census from 2003, within this area 75,282 inhabitants live, of which 17,421 are young people between 15 and 29 years. Niksic is a city with a rich cultural and historical heritage on the territory of which there are many cultural and historical monuments from the Illyrian and Roman times with a long and traditionally good coexistence of all nations and religions in this city. See more...

PEJA

Peć or Pejë is a city in westernKosovo and the administrative centre of the homonymous district. The municipality covers an area of 602 km2 (232 sq mi), including the city of Peć and 95 villages; it is divided into 28 territorial communities. As of 2011, the whole municipality has a population of approximately 95,723, of which ca. 60,000 live in the city of Peć. In medieval Ragusan documents, the Serbian name of the city (Peć, lit. "furnace") is sometimes translated as Forno, meaning furnace in Italian. During Ottoman rule, it was known as Ottoman Turkish (İpek). The Albanian name's definite form is Peja and the indefinite Pejë. Other names of the city include the Latin Pescium and Siparantum, the Greek Episkion(Επισκιον), the Ottoman Turkish (İpek), the Slavonic Petcha,[3] and the formerly used form Pentza. See more...

Prijedor

Prijedor (Cyrillic: Приједор; pronounced [prijɛ̌ːdɔr]) is a city and municipality in the north-western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina with an estimated population of 97,588[2] people within its administrative limits.[3] Prijedor is part of theRepublika Srpska entity and is situated in the Bosanska Krajina region. Prijedor is the 3rd largest municipality in the Republika Srpska entity, after Banja Luka and Bijeljina and the 7th largest in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is an economically prosperous municipality hosting a wide range of industries, services and educational institutions. The city's geographical location close to major European capitals has made it an important industrial and commercial hub nationally.See more... 

Subotica

The City of Subotica is the northernmost city of Serbia and the second largest one in the Province of Vojvodina, with the population of around 140.000, situated 10 km from the Serbian-Hungarian border. Subotica is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious town, composed of more than 20 different nationalities. It is a member of the Intercultural Cities Network, a joint programme of the Council of Europe and the EU, together with 25 European cities, aimed at maximizing the advantages of cultural diversity in local community. See more...

Vevchani

The municipality of Vevchani is located northwest from the Ohrid Lake, on a 15 km from Struga City. The municipality is one from the smallest municipalities in Republic of Macedonia, with 35 km2 and the biggest part of this surface is hilly-mountain and it has 2400 inhibitians. Also, the Municipality of Vevcani has a big cultural tradition and the most famous representative is the local folklore group and Carnival of Vevchani”, but also in the summer when it has many cultural manifestations. See more...

Zavidovici

Zavidovici is a young city, founded in the late 19th century. It occupies an area of 590 km2 and has about 46,000 inhabitants, located between Doboj and Zenica on the confluence of rivers Bosna, Krivaja and Gostović. It is administratively part of the Zenica-Doboj Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Zavidovići was developed by the Austrians during the 19th century Austro-Hungarian reign in Bosnia, mostly because of the "wood industry". See more...

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