The capital city: Novi Sad (336.000 inhabitants, 70-80m above sea level)
Area: 21,506 km2
Relief: The rich, fertile plains
Climate: moderate continental
Export volume 2020: € 6.08 bn
Main industry sectors: FOOD AND BEVERAGE, PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS, RUBBER AND PLASTICS, ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS
Industrial production growth rate 2019/2020: 3.0%
Key export sectors:
|Food & Beverage|
|Agricultural products |
|Motor vehicles and trailers|
|Other machines and equipment|
|Coke and oil derivative products |
Temperature: The average annual temperature in the town is 10,9 °C. In winter, the average temperature is –1 °C and in July it is 21,6 °C. Temperature extremes range from –30,7 °C (24th January 1963) and +41,5 °C (6th July 1950).
Precipitation: Annual rainfall is 686 mm, and there are 122 rainy days. The lowest watermark in the Danube is 70,83 m and the highest is 79,70 m altitude. The highest marked water level is +778 cm, and the lowest is - 134 cm.
Natural resources: Extraordinary plain landscape with a lot of greenery, big rivers (one of the largest in Europe – Danube), canals, lakes, spas, "Fruska Gora" National park and Deliblatska desert (sandy terrain) are only a part of Vojvodina treasure. Besides, Vojvodina is abundant with arable land, oil and natural gas, fishponds, forests, etc.