“Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.”
“Water is the driving force in nature.”
“We don't stop hiking because we grow old - we grow old because we stop hiking”
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”
“A good river is nature's life work in song.”

Archeological Tour

Between rivers Pesaca and Cezava, there are several archeological localities:

- Kozhica- bronze age settlement
- Saldum – Roman and Early Byzantine fortress 1-6 century AD, base dimensions 43.5 m x 31.20 t:
- Turkish stream – fortress, base dimensions 15.5 m x 15.5 m;
- Cezava, camp 1-6 century AD dimensions 140 x 150 m
- Gospojin Vir (Our Lady’s whirlpool), - Roman and Early Byzantine fortress, base dimensions 9 x 3.80 m.
- Monastery Gospojin Vir. Close to - Danube bank, a church with necropolis consisted from 55 graves has been found.
- Bosman, Roman and Early Byzantine fortress 6. century AD, base in form of almost same-sided triangle length 47 - 49 m
- Zidinac, fortress from 6. Century AD, dimensions are 17.5 x 17.5 m. The locality is settled about three kilometers from Saldum, on the right bank of Zidinats brook, close to his confluence to Danube. It consists of the fortress with square basis, dimensions 17,5 x 17,5. The fortress is made out of broken stone in mortar. The walls are well preserved till 1.5m height. The thickness is 1.5m. Based on movable archeological material, it is determined that the speculum in Zidinats has been made on crossing between 3. and 4. century, and that it has burned in fire by the end of 4. century AD.
- Pesaca, Roman watchtower 3. – 6. century AD, base dimensions 7.10 m x 7.10 m.

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