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The third Serbian city by size, after Belgrade and Novi Sad

A city situated by the river Nišava

A cultural, economic, commercial and university seat of southeast Serbia

A city located 192 m above sea level and spanning the surface area of 600 km2

A city of more than 250,000 inhabitants

A university center with 13 faculties

One of the oldest European cities, as testified by numerous prehistoric finds on the territory of the city (Bubanj and Velika humska čuka)

A city long known as “the east/west gateway” since it is situated at a crossroads connecting Europe with theMiddle East

Connected to the world with airlines departing from “Constantine the Great” international airport

Surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges of Mt. Suva Planina, Svrljiške Planine and Mt. Seličevica

The birthplace of the famous Roman emperor Constantine the Great who issued the Edict of Milan in 313 embracing Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire

The city in which the central celebration of 1,700 years since the proclamation of the Edict of Milan and recognition of Christianity will be held.

Taken from the official website of the Tourist Organisation of Niš

http://www.visitnis.com/

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