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In the third century B.C. the Celts arrived in the Serbian Danube basin, bringing with them the potter’s wheel and a new type of fortified settlement. One such settlement was discovered in the vicinity of Vršac, on the locality of Židovar. Apart from the remains of architecture, a hoard of silver ornamentation and other objects made of silver has also been discovered in Židovar and today can be seen at the Museum in Vršac.
Tourism Organisation of Vršac
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