The highest point in Serbia is Deravica on Prokletije rising to 8,713 ft. (2,656 m) in the region of Kosovo.
Natural lakes in Serbia are rare as a result of the rugged terrain, and the ones that do exist -such as the glacial lake Palic- are mostly located in Vojvodina.
Serbia's largest artificial lake, resulting from a hydroelectric dam, is Derdap located on the Danube.
Significant rivers include the Danube, Drina, Lim, Morava, Sava and Tara.
|Land Area||77,474 km2|
|Total Area||77,474km2 (#115)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$102.00 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$14,200|
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