Đavolja varoš (“Devil’s Town”) is a natural attraction on Mount Radan in southern Serbia, 27 km southeast of the city of Kuršumlija.
The formation consists of 202 stone pillars ranging from 2 to 15 m in height with an average diameter of 1 m, on the tops of which there are stone blocks weighing up to 100 kg. The pillars are of natural origin, they arose due to weathering.
The unusual nature of the formation gave rise to many dark legends among local residents, after which it received the name “Devil City”. The surroundings of the place are used to attract tourists , most excursions are conducted at night.
Access : Coordinates: 42.9925, 21.407222 /
- In 1959, the territory of the “Devil City” received protected status/ in 1995, the Serbian government awarded it the status of a natural monument. / In 2002, UNESCO included the Devil’s City on its tentative list of World Heritage Sites.
Go next : Kuršumlija , a town located in the Toplica District of the southern Serbia. / Brus , a town located in the Rasina District.