The municipality of Žabalj is located in the South Bačka District, on the right side of the River Tisza. Its area was already inhabited in the neolithic age. This is supported by remains found near the Tisza and Jegrička rivers. These regions were inhabited by Celts and Sarmatians. Their artifacts can be found in the Museum of Vojvodina and the Museum of Žabalj. These include 6th century silver coins, silver jewelry, Scordisci weapons, ceramics, stone weapons, bones, and metals. Žabalj's Roman Catholic church was built in 1805. Currently it is in ruined condition. Golf competitions are often held in Žabalj, and the Frogville Festival is also quite popular. The New wines of the Tisza area (Nova vina Potisja) event provides visitors the opportunity to taste wines from 30 wineries. Visitors can also take part in an oenology course.
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