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Novi Sad Fair
Novi Sad

Novi Sad Fair is one of the largest fairs in the region. It's located in the capital of Serbian province - Vojvodina. It is place of one of the largest agricultural fairs in Europe, which visit approx. 600,000 visitors annually and approx. a million visitors during the whole year on many exhibitions and fairs.

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