Vukovar is a beautiful baroque town situated along the banks of two rivers, the Danube and the Vuka. The river Danube is Europe’s largest river that connects Vukovar to other important river traffic routes, while the river Vuka during the summer is a right for local fishermens and during the winter is the main ice rink that entertain young and old alike.
The symbol of the city of Vukovar is Vučedol’s dove, which was found three miles downstream in Vučedol – a rich archeological site.
Unfortunately, in its rich history, Vukovar has suffered the tragedy of war, in 1991 was completely destroyed. The vast majority of the population was either killed or expelled.
Rebuilding the city has began around 1997 and continued until today. Vukovar is a symbol of peace, but also resistance, invincibility and survival. It is a city that will surprise you with its warmth, history and hospitality, the city that is definitely worth a visit.
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