Description

Golubac Fortress was built at the entrance of the Iron Gate gorge, a place where the Danube’s widest stream flows into a pass of the Carpathian Mountains. The Fortress represented an important military border stronghold, built purposely in response to the military and strategic significance of the area.

As a cultural property of exceptional importance, Golubac Fortressalso belongs to the Golubac Nature Reserve, the area surrounding the entrance into the Iron Gate gorge that at the same time represents the entry point into Djerdap National Park. In 2011 the Republic of Serbia declared it the “Golubac Fortress” Tourist Area, for which the infrastructure was provided and the fortress itself reconstructed through the project “Reconstruction of Golubac Fortress”, financed from IPA funds for 2011 and 2016.

Location

Golubac, Braničevo District, Serbia

Address

Ridan bb 12223 Golubac

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