Vršac is located in the South Banat District. It is near Vojvodina's highest mountain known as Vršac Hill and shares a border with Romania to the east. Vršac is a true gem with a rich history and calm atmosphere, attracting a large number of tourists. It also boasts a number of architectural creations which all bear the features of the ages they were constructed, mainly baroque and Art Nouveau. Examples are the Saint Gerhard the Bishop and Martyr Roman Catholic Church, the Town Hall, the Bishop's Court, and the Old Pharmacy. The world-famous wine region features amazing local wine cellars. The Vršac mountains offers excellent hiking routes and is one of the richest bird sites in Serbia.
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