Fruska Gora

Fruska Gora is an isolated, narrow, low mountain in Pannonia plain, between the Danube and Sava river. A large part of the area has been a national park of Serbia. Information center is located at the Iriski venac, one of the most beautiful and top-interest areas in the National Park. Picnic areas are usually placed near the roads, near cultural and historical monuments or restaurants.  If you would like to go out fishing, you can find many places to go fishing in the Fruska Gora National Park: Danube, one of the largest river in Europe, in vicinity of the Fruska Gora mountain and also here are three artificial reservoirs.

The Fruska Gora Monasteries are the unique group of 15 thickly situated monasteries built in the period from XV to XVIII century. According to historical data, these monastic communities were historically recorded since the first decades of the XVI century. The monasteries were founded in a period of great wars and migrations, and they became centers where the cult of the Brankovic Family (the last of the Serbian despotic families) was carefully nurtured,

From Novi Sad the road leads towards city of Ruma, passing through small towns Petrovaradin and Sremska Kamenica to reach Iriski venac (16 kilometers from Novi Sad) .


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