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Encyclopedia > Bor District

Bor District is a district (okrug) of Serbia with seat in Bor. The district is divided into four municipalities:

  • Bor
  • Kladovo
  • Majdanpek
  • Negotin

See also

Districts of Serbia

North Bačka | South Bačka | West Bačka | North Banat | Central Banat | South Banat | Bor | Braničevo | Jablanica | Kolubara | Kosovo | Kosovo_Pomoravlje | Kosovska Mitrovica | Mačva | Moravica | Nišava | Pčinja | Peć | Pirot | Podunavlje | Pomoravlje | Prizren | Raška | Rasina | Srem | Šumadija | Toplica | Zaječar | Zlatibor

City of Belgrade

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Sustainable Usage of Natural Resources (379 words)
That is why the association wants, besides solving the sustainable development of mining production, to contribute to sustainable development of preserved natural areas in surrounding of Bor and east Serbia since that these potentials were insufficiently used until now.
These activities will ensure organizational strength of rural communities and NGOs and higher participation of village citizens, especially young people in all activities of local communities whose goal is preparation and realization of local environment action plans, local initiatives for poverty reduction, local employment plans and sustainable development strategy (local agenda 21).
Target population of the project are citizens of rural areas on the junction of tree borders Bor, Majdanpek and Negotin, especially young people who are still not trained for usage of natural resources of their communities (around 1000 citizens).
Serbia Info / Facts and Figures / Districts (127 words)
It encompasses the municipalities of: Bor, Kladovo, Majdanpek and Negotin.
Seat of the District is in the city of Bor, remarkable by its historic and cultural heritage.
In the vicinity of Bor stands the Palace of Prince Alexander, built in 1856 in the Romanticism style and The House ("Konak") of Prince Milos (built in the Brestovicka Spa, originating from the nineteenth century).
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