The Thracians called it Istros, the Scythians Mataos, the Romans Danister and Danibius, the Greeks Dunavius, the Romanians Dunarea, and the Serbs the Danube. It is also called a river without a source, because it originated from the rivers Breg and Brigah, which spring below the Black Forest. It flows through ten European countries all the way to the Black Sea. In its course through Serbia, 588 km long, it passes through nature reserves and national parks, fishing villages and large cities, and through the unique and most beautiful gorge in Europe – Đerdap. The history of the Danubian peoples has been written on its shores for more than ten thousand years. They say that the Danube has always been a bridge that connects, but also separates two shores, two nations, two cultures. It was the border of the powerful Roman Empire and the border of East and West, Christians and Muslims. Today, many of the peoples who lived on its shores are gone, but the Danube, with its ancient majestic fortresses, is still there, as a living witness to many turbulent and groundbreaking historical events.


The Sava is one of the most beautiful European rivers and the largest tributary of the Danube. It passes through Belgrade where it forms a lake surrounded by an island known as Ada Ciganlija, and under the fortress and the Kalemegdan terrace, it flows in and disappears in the waves of the great and mighty Danube. The Sava originates in Slovenia from the two smaller rivers Sava Dolinka and Sava Bohinjka and flows through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, as well as through large cities: Zagreb, Sisak, Slavonski Brod, Bosanski Brod, Bosanski Šamac, Brčko, Sremska Mitrovica,Šabac and Belgrade. In its 944 km long course, it receives 249 tributaries: Mirna, Drina, Kupa, Bosut, Una, Vrbas, Bosna, Krk, Kolubara … The name Sava originates from the Greek word “sa”, “sos” which means tough, strong and secure. According to the legend, the Sava is a strong river that pours nectar to the god Zeus and feeds him with ragweed, so that he would be immortal. On its shores there are ancient cities that have grown into large urban centers and ancient fortifications that preserve the memory of many turbulent events, personalities and the past of the Sava.


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