Free Republic of Liberland is a sovereign state located between Croatia and Serbia. It is a 7 km² land referred to as “Gornja Siga”. The founder and elected head of state is President Vit Jedlička. Liberland is a constitutional republic with elements of direct democracy. The state has two Vice Presidents and 5 Ministers. The language is English. The Liberland merit is the currency of Liberland. The country’s motto is: To live and let live.
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Apatin municipality is situated on the North – West of the Vojvodina region (West Bačka), on the left bank of the Danube river. It covers 349 km² of surface, and there are 26.760 inhabitants (by the last consensus) in one city and four rural settlements (Prigrevica, Kupusina, Svilojevo, and Sonta).
Apatin is connected to Sombor (16 km) by the regional road R 101 and the state border to Republic Croatia near Bogojevo (35 km). Apatin is 100 km far from Novi Sad, via Odžaci, and 120 km via the Vrbas. The terrain of Apatin municipality consists of two morphological sides: the alluvial plain of Danube and loess terrace, the average altitude is 85 m.
The Sombor municipality is situated in the north-west part of the Bačka plain. In the west, the Danube is the municipality’s natural border with Liberland and Croatia, and in the north, it borders with Hungary. Sombor is some 175 km away from Belgrade and 220 km from Budapest. It is the place of rich cultural and sporting tradition and known for the abundance of greenery. The municipality is famous for fishing on the Danube river and its sleeves and the best hunting grounds (deer and other venison) from Bezdan to Apatin.
In 1786 Sombor was declared the permanent seat of the Bačka & Bodrog County. In order to satisfy the growing needs of the county administration, an eclectic building was built in 1808. In 1882 the side towers and pediment were added. The roof dome is reminiscent of the one in the Venetian church of Santa Maria della Salute. In 1975 the building was renovated. In the 201st room of the building, there is the biggest oil painting in Serbia called “The battle of Senta” by Ferenz Aizenhut and the Coat of Arms Hall with emblems of the famous aristocratic families from Sombor. The building is surrounded by the park from the 19th century with the larch and sycamore trees. Today, the building is the center of the municipality’s administration.
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About Baranya Region
Liberland’s first neighbor Baranya (Baranja) is a geographical and historical region between the Danube and the Drava rivers. Its territory is divided between Hungary and Croatia. In Hungary, the region is included into Baranya county, while in Croatia, it is included into Osijek-Baranja county.