The country's terrain is extremely varied, with much of Serbia
comprising plains and low hills (highest point: Midžor 2169 m). Serbia is entirely landlocked
, with the coastline belonging to Montenegro, which also possesses the only fjord
in southern Europe.
Belgrade, with its population of 1,711,800, is the country's largest and only significantly sized city. The country's other principle cities are Novi Sad, Niš, Kragujevac,
each with populations of about 160,000-300,000 people.
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