Danube – Trajan’s Road

The Balkans has always been a crossroad of many Roman legions on their way of conquering south. Seventeen Roman emperors were born on the territory of nowadays Serbia. Great military leader and Emperor Trajan left behind a road along the Danube River, which leads to several fortresses and archeological sites. Significant fortresses are Smederevo, Ram and Golubac, built at the entrance of a unique Iron Gates. Not far away from Kostolac there is Viminacijum, one of the most important Roman cities and military camps in the region. Lepenski Vir archeological site from the period 6500-4500 BC was the residence of one of the oldest prehistoric civilizations. Trajan’s Road leads us to the towns of Gornji Milanovac and Kladovo and brings a great panorama of Iron Gates Gorge. In the end, we can see the remains of Trajan’s Bridge, large construction project from Roman era, and Tabula Traiana.


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Đerdap (Iron Gates)
Position: Central Serbia - 44° 34′ 38″ N; 22° 17′ 60″ E
Distance from Belgrade (Belgrade – Donji Milanovac): 182 km (113 mi)
National park since 1974, area – 636.08 km2 (245.56 sq mi)