Pirot District Pirotski okrug
The Pirot District expands in the south eastern parts of Serbia.
It encompasses the municipalities of:
It has a population of 116,926. Its seat is in the city of Pirot.
The first mention of Pirot are found already in the second century A.D. In its vicinity is the church from the thirteenth century: the Church of St. Petka, and the monastery of St. John the Theologist from the late fourteenth century displays a fine example of the Serb medieval architecture.
Medicinal water from the Zvornik Spa, a health resort, was used already in the ancient times, and natural beauties of this region are renounced throughout Serbia. The oldest craft, today an industry, is Rug-making: the weaving trade, by which this region has gained its world-wide fame.
The most of the facilities of the Pirot economic organizations are located in the industrial zone: the "Tigar" rubber industry, the "Prvi maj" textile industry, and the "Suko" paints and varnishes industry.
North Bačka | South Bačka | West Bačka | North Banat | Central Banat | South Banat | Bor | Braničevo | Jablanica | Kolubara | Kosovo | Kosovo-Pomoravlje | Kosovska Mitrovica | Mačva | Moravica | Niava | Pčinja | Peć | Pirot | Podunavlje | Pomoravlje | Prizren | Raka | Rasina | Srem | umadija | Toplica | Zaječar | Zlatibor
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