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In the path of conquering armies Serbia has been conquered, destroyed and re-built probably more times than any other country in Europe. It was the frontier between the Byzantine and Roman empires, the Ottoman Empire and the Christian West, the Warsaw Pact and NATO. All of them are reflected in Serbia’s diverse heritage from the remains of Roman cities, medieval monasteries, beautiful mosques, to Austro-Hungarian fortresses and baroque churches. From the flat plains in the north, to the lush rolling hills and wooded valleys brushing against rugged mountains in the south, Serbia’s countryside provides and effective antidote to the bustling modern cities of Belgrade, Novi Sad and Nis. Serbia’s greatest treasure is certainly its people. Serbian inventors and scientists Nikola Tesla, Mihailo Pupin and Milutin Milankovic, classical composer and great collector of musical heritage Stevan Mokranjac and writer and Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric, Serbian national basketball and water polo teams and tennis players are renowned throughout the world. Outgoing and talkative, friendly and hospitable, the Serbs are rather relaxed and laid back and the most frequently used phrase every foreigner learns first is nema problema – no problem!