Novo Brdo Fortress Serbian Fortress and ruins of the Church from ancient time.
Тврђава Ново Брдо, Tvrđava Novo Brdo; is a medieval Serbian fortress in Kosovo and Metohija. Its ruins are located near the town of Novo Brdo, about 40
For its fortress and production of silver and gold, Novo Brdo has been referred to as the “Mother of all Serbian cities”, a “mountain of gold and silver”, and the “strongest fortification of Serbia”. Systematic archaeological research of the site began in 1952. Novo Brdo Fortress was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1948. After Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia in February 2008, the site was established as a Special Protective Zone of Kosovo. Remains of fortifications, buildings, and mining facilities are scattered throughout the area. Constant illegal digging to find buried treasure, plundering, and amateur excavations are destroying valuable archaeological strata.
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