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Totally unexpected ... I’ve been many times in the area of small Serbian town Požarevac, but this place is just great !
In the 4th century, this was a Roman town of 40000 people.
Location is huge and it’s discovery have only started a few...More
I have extremely mixed feelings about this place. Viminacium, for sure, has a great potential. Its story in Roman terms is not unique in any way, but it can describe the part of the history of the Empire at this part of the limes. But...I...More
Wow! Such an amazing underrated ancient historical Roman civilisation pre dating 500 BC, truly a gem not to be missed. Viminacium has a 1 million year old mammoth unearthed along with a 50,000 year old tree trunk found in 2009. A must for archaeological enthusiasts!
One of the highlights on a day trip out with our fab guide, Gradomir, was to visit this archaeological park. We spent nearly 3 hours here and I found it fascinating. It is huge, necessitating driving from one part to another, to see some of...More
During my recent visit to Belgrade, Serbia, I visited Viminacium with my family. Approximately 90 minute ride from Belgrade, Viminacium has surprised me as a world-class archaeological site worth attention of all visitors who appreciate history.
Viminacium was a provincial capital (40,000 people) and a...More
This is definitely a must visit archaeological site if you are coming to Serbia.
You will be amazed by this story of ancient Roman city and its history, home of the famous VII Legio Claudia Pia Fidelis and you will be able to see a...More
be sure to check out the local road conditions because it was a pain to get to because of temporary road closure. It is interesting to see the old artifacts plus you get to go underground. The problem is: it is very dark in there....More
If you like to listen and learn something about Roman Empire, this is the place. Great spot, with a lot of places to be seen and all of that with great explanation from knowledgable people around. Congratulation to prof. Korac and his Team for all...More
The archeological site is surrounded by the open coal mine and that rough excavation pits are contrasted with gentle fields, and a glimpse of Viminacium Visitor Center. The Center handles all the guided tours. The archeological site is in fact spread over several locations. I...More
This is a remarkably well preserved piece of ancient Roman history, and excavations are still going on! It's a large area that contains reconstructions of a Roman villa, an amphitheatre, and the original structures of a public bathhouse and a grave site. The ticket includes...More