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Šabac ( Français: Šabac, Russian: Шабац, Spanish: Šabac, Deutsch: Šabac) is a city in Serbia, situated in the Serbia region. According to the latest census, the city population is about 55114 inhabitants. Geographical coordinates of Šabac (WGS84): (lat.): 44° 44' 48" N ( 44.7467 ), (long.): 19° 41' 24" E ( 19.69 ). Interested in Šabac’s history, and other interesting facts? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Šabac.

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    Šabac (Serbian Cyrillic: Шабац, pronounced [ʃâbat͡s]) is a city and the administrative centre of the Mačva district in western Serbia. The traditional centre of the fertile Mačva region, Šabac is located on the right banks of the river Sava. According to the 2011 census, the city proper has population of 53,919, while its administrative area comprises 118,347 inhabitants.


    The name Šabac was first mentioned in Ragusan documents dating to 1454. The origin of the city's name is uncertain; it is possible its name comes from the name of the city's main river, the Sava. The city is known by a variety of different names: Zaslon in medieval Serbian, Szabács in Hungarian, Böğürdelen in Turkish, and Schabatz in German.


    Archaeological evidence attests to more permanent settlement in the area from the Neolithic. In the Middle Ages, a Slavic settlement named Zaslon existed at the current location of Šabac. The settlement was part of the Serbian Despotate until it fell to the Ottoman Empire in 1459.

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