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Syrmia (Ekavian Serbo-Croatian: Srem/Срем or Ijekavian Srijem/Сријем) is a region of the southern Pannonian Plain, which lies between the Danube and Sava rivers. It is divided between Serbia and Croatia. Most of the region is flat, with the exception of the low Fruška gora mountain stretching along the Danube in its northern part.

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Syrmia

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Syrmia (Ekavian Serbo-Croatian: Srem/Срем or Ijekavian Srijem/Сријем) is a region of the southern Pannonian Plain, which lies between the Danube and Sava...

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Western Syrmia

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Western Syrmia may refer to: in geography, western parts of the region of Syrmia in early modern history, western parts of the Syrmia County during the...

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Vojvodina

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second-largest city in Serbia. The historic regions of Banat, Bačka, and Syrmia overlap the province. Modern Vojvodina is multi-ethnic and multi-cultural...

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Bishopric of Syrmia

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The term Bishopric of Syrmia (also Srem, or Srijem) may refer to: Serbian Orthodox Bishopric of Syrmia, an Eastern Orthodox diocese of the Serbian Orthodox...

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Byzantine Syrmia

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region of Syrmia, from c. 1018 to c. 1071 Byzantine Syrmia (1167-1180), third rule of the Byzantine Empire in the region of Syrmia Syrmia (disambiguation)...

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Syrmia County

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Syrmia County (Croatian: Srijemska županija, Serbian: Сремска жупанија, Hungarian: Szerém vármegye, German: Komitat Syrmien) was a historic administrative...

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Srem District

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autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It lies in the geographical regions of Syrmia and Mačva. According to the 2022 census results, it has a population of...

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Duchy of Syrmia

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Duchy of Syrmia or Syrmian Duchy may refer to: Syrmian Duchy of Sermon, a duchy in the region of Syrmia, ruled by duke Sermon (c. 1018) Syrmian Duchy of...

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Diocese of Syrmia

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Diocese of Syrmia (also Srem, or Srijem) may refer to: Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Syrmia, an Eastern Orthodox diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church in...

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Vukovar

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Vukovár, German: Wukowar) is a city in Croatia, in the eastern regions of Syrmia and Slavonia. It contains Croatia's largest river port, located at the confluence...

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Eastern Syrmia

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Eastern Syrmia may refer to: in geography, eastern parts of the region of Syrmia in early modern history, eastern parts of the Syrmia County during the...

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Syrmian Front

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It was established as part of the Eastern Front in late October 1944 in Syrmia and east Slavonia, northwest of Belgrade. After the Yugoslav Partisans and...

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Sanjak of Syrmia

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Sanjak of Syrmia (Turkish: Sirem sancağı, Serbian: Sremski sandžak/Сремски санџак, Croatian: Srijemski sandžak) was an administrative territorial entity...

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Realm of Stefan Dragutin

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Ages, "Syrmia" was the name for a larger area around the river Sava. The part in the north of Sava was known as Upper Syrmia (present-day Syrmia), while...

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Syrmia massacre

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The Syrmia massacre was the mass killing of between 3,000 to 7,000 Serbs in early August 1942 in the region of Syrmia during World War II. The massacre...

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Serbia

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(1526–1527). From 1521 to 1552, Ottomans conquered Belgrade and regions of Syrmia, Bačka, and Banat. Wars and rebellions constantly challenged Ottoman rule...

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Stefan Vladislav II

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Vladislav (Serbian Cyrillic: Владислав; 1280–1326) was the King of Syrmia from 1316 to 1325, and claimant to the Serbian Kingdom. He was the son of Stefan...

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Croatia

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established. Most of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the region of Syrmia were incorporated into this state. Parts of Dalmatia were annexed by Italy...

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Syrmia Oblast

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Syrmia Oblast (Serbian: Sremska oblast or Сремска област; Croatian: Srijemska oblast) was one of the oblasts of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes...

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Ruma

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Serbian national movement in Syrmia. In the late 19th and early 20th century, Ruma was a district capital in the Syrmia County of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia...

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Creation of Yugoslavia

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together with its islands, Herzegovina, Bosnia from Vrbas to Drina and Syrmia with Vojvodina. All other areas refer to the Bulgarian tribe. The tribes...

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John Angelos of Syrmia

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Hungary, and served as governor of various southern regions, including Syrmia, from 1227 until 1253, during the reign of Hungarian kings Andrew II and...

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History of Vojvodina

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Banat, Bačka and Syrmia: Throughout history, the territory of present-day Vojvodina (including regions of Banat, Bačka and Syrmia) has been (entirely...

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