Concept

Geography of Serbia

Summary
Serbia is a small country situated at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, covering the far southern edges of the Pannonian Plain and the central Balkans. It shares borders with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Albania. Serbia is landlocked, though it is able to access the Adriatic Sea through Montenegro and inland Europe and the Black Sea via the Danube. Area and borders Serbia covers a total area of , which places it 111th in the world. Arable land covers (%), and forests cover (%) of the territory of Serbia. Serbia's total border length amounts to : with Bosnia and Herzegovina , with Bulgaria , with Croatia , with Hungary , with North Macedonia , with Montenegro , with Romania, , with Albania . ;Extreme points:
  • North: 46°11'25" N (near Hajdukovo)
  • South: 41°51'08" N (near Rastelica)
  • East: 23°00'47" E (Senokos near Dimitrovgrad)
  • West: 18°49'16" E (near Bezdan in Vojvodina)
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