Serbia is a landlocked country located in southeastern Europe. It borders several European counties including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Macedonia and Montenegro.
The terrain in Siberia is a mix of plains in the north and hilly mountains in the southeast. Along its border with Bulgaria, Serbia’s highest peak in the Balkan Mountains, Midžor, stands 2,169 meters tall.
In the 20th century, Serbia was a part of Yugoslavia. But after World War II, the country was subdivided. But it wasn’t until 2006 when Montenegro voted to secede from Serbia. This makes Serbia one of the youngest countries in the world, finally gaining its independence as early as 2006.
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