Did you know that…
… there are three legends about how Inđija got its name? The first is that the name originates from the Latin word indigena, which means indigenous, native. The second version offers an explanation that it originated from the Turkish noun ikindia, which means afternoon prayer. The third version certainly sounds the best. It is believed that Inđija used to be a female name and that the settlement was named after a beautiful girl who lived in it.
… Stari Slankamen is located at the confluence of the Tisza and the Danube, which represents the tripoint of Srem, Banat and Bačka?
… according to the legend, the famous military leader Attila the Hun was buried at the confluence of these two rivers?
… the two hoards excavated in Krčedin were used as the basis for the study of Celtic money? One was found in the area of Planina and contained 72 coins, and the other in the area of Već, containing as many as 881 coins.
… the Postal Service was founded in Inđija as early as 1800?
… Andrija Jović, the founder of the famous football club BSK (Belgrade Sports Club) from Belgrade, was born in Čortanovci?
… the loess profile in Stari Slankamen is a unique geological site in Europe, important for proving climate change during the last 800,000 years?
… the summer castle of Count Petar Pejačić is located in Jarkovci?
… there are nine large and twenty small wineries in the territory of the municipality of Inđija?
… the villa of Dr. Radenko Stanković, one of the deputies of King Petar II Karađorđević, is located in Čortanovci?
… the salt water spring in Stari Slankamen is the only natural salt water spring in Vojvodina?
… there is a 150-year-old ethno house in Maradik, with an exceptional exhibition, which is the envy of many ethnographic museums in this area?
… the spa in Stari Slankamen is the oldest spa in Vojvodina?
… the Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas in Stari Slankamen is one of the oldest churches in Srem?
… there are as many as three churches in Maradik: the Orthodox Church, the Catholic Church and the Reformed Christian Church?
… the Turkish bath in Stari Slankamen, which dates from the 16th century, is one of the two preserved baths from the period in Vojvodina?
… the remains of the Turkish bath can be seen in the Akuminkum winery?
… in 1455, Inđija was mentioned as a feudal estate of the Sulyok de Lekcse family?
…there was a shipyard for chaikas – light, fast, wooden boats in Slankamen in the 16th century?
… the railway came to Inđija in 1883?
… there were two Catholic churches, an Orthodox church and a mosque in Slankamen in the 17th century?
… one of the decisive battles during the Austrian-Turkish wars took place near Slankamen in 1691?
… Dr. Đordje Natošević was born in Stari Slankamen in 1821? He was a pedagogue and an educator, credited with laying the foundations of modern education in Serbia.
… there were two hotels (The Big Hotel and The Small Hotel), with a large balcony on which an orchestra played, as well as a large park with walking paths in Stari Slankamen at the beginning of the 20th century?
… the thematic tourist complex Celtic Village was opened in Inđija in 2021?
… the first museum in Inđija called the Adligat Gallery was opened in Inđija in 2022?
… you can experience the spirit of the municipality of Inđija by walking along its beautiful streets, visiting cultural and historical sights, cruising on the Danube and visiting local wineries and restaurants?