Vinca – Belo Brdo is archaeological site located on the right bank of the Danube, in the village of Vinca, 14 km southeast of Belgrade. On this site were studied remains of the largest prehistoric settlements in Serbia and one of the most important Neolithic sites in Europe. The site is named Belo Brdo by light colored wood terrace and in technical literature also known as Vinca. Vinca was first mentioned in 1893 when a meeting of Serbian Geological Society Jovan Zujović drew attention to this site. The stratigraphy of the site in Vinca is extremely complex because it covers the period from the end of the 7th millennium BC e. until today.
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