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Serbia (44.15341 20.55144)
Ancient mountains in the southeast corner of the country belong to the Rilo-Rhodope Mountain system. Elevation ranges from the Midžor peak of the Balkan Mountains at 2,169 metres (7,116 feet) (the highest peak in Serbia, excluding Kosovo) to the lowest point of just 17 metres (56 feet) near the Danube river at Prahovo. The largest lake is Đerdap Lake (163 square kilometres) and the longest river passing through Serbia is the Danube (587.35 kilometres).
Sremska Kamenica, Novi Sad City, South Backa Administrative District, Vojvodina, 21208, Serbia (45.22232 19.84192)
Coordinates: 45.18232 19.80192 45.26232 19.88192 - Minimum elevation: 229 ft - Maximum elevation: 1,730 ft - Average elevation: 499 ft
Djerdap, 34, Tekija, Kladovo Municipality, Bor Administrative District, Central Serbia, 12224, Serbia (44.54948 22.31447)
Coordinates: 44.39962 21.66810 44.69928 22.52829 - Minimum elevation: 114 ft - Maximum elevation: 5,529 ft - Average elevation: 1,247 ft