Les aires naturelles protégées de Serbie couvrent une superficie de 5 281 km2, soit environ 6 % du territoire du pays.La Serbie compte 5 parcs nationaux, 33 parcs naturels, 70 réserves naturelles et 289 monuments naturels, géologiques ou botaniques. On y trouve aussi 10 sites Ramsar pour la conservation des zones humides et 35 zones importantes pour la conservation des oiseaux (en abrégé : ZICO)↑ ↑ ↑ ↑

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  • Les aires naturelles protégées de Serbie couvrent une superficie de 5 281 km2, soit environ 6 % du territoire du pays.La Serbie compte 5 parcs nationaux, 33 parcs naturels, 70 réserves naturelles et 289 monuments naturels, géologiques ou botaniques. On y trouve aussi 10 sites Ramsar pour la conservation des zones humides et 35 zones importantes pour la conservation des oiseaux (en abrégé : ZICO)
  • Список национальных парков Сербии
  • Le aree naturali protette della Serbia coprono circa il 5% del territorio nazionale. Ci sono 5 parchi nazionali, 120 riserve naturali, 20 parchi naturali, e circa 470 monumenti naturali.L'ente serbo preposto alle tematiche ambientali è l' Istituto per la Protezione della Natura della Serbia (SEPA), organo del Ministero della Protezione ambientale della Repubblica di Serbia. Il SEPA compie il monitoraggio delle aree protette, rileva e gestisce i dati ambientali, anche relativi all'inquinamento.Il territorio della Serbia a fine anni novanta per i bombardamenti avvenuti durante la guerra ha subito notevoli danni ambientali, e in alcuni casi le contaminazioni del suolo e delle acque avranno conseguenze per alcuni decenni a venire. Per questo l'istituzione di aree protette e l'operato del SEPA, agevolato da alcune organizzazioni internazionali, è un'importante passo avanti nel recupero del territorio.
  • In Serbien sind rund 7.320 km² als National- oder Naturpark ausgewiesen. Ein Grund dafür besteht auch darin, dass Serbien zu 30 Prozent bewaldet und der Großteil davon naturbelassen ist.
  • Protected areas cover around 5% of the territory of Serbia. The Law on the Protection of the Nature defines these categories of protected areas: Strict Nature Reserve (4) — Area of unmodified natural features with representative ecosystems set aside for the preservation of its biodiversity and for scientific research and monitoring. Special Nature Reserve (18) — Area of unmodified or slightly modified natural features of great importance due to uniqueness and rarity which includes the habitats of endangered species set aside for the preservation of its unique features, education, limited tourism and for scientific research and monitoring. National Park (5) — Area with large number of diverse ecosystems of national value, with outstanding natural features and/or cultural heritage set aside for the preservation of its natural resources and for educational, scientific and touristic use. Natural Monument (289) — Small unmodified or slightly modified natural feature, object or phenomenon, easy detectable and unique, with unique natural attributes. Protected Habitat — Area which includes habitats of one or more wildlife species. Landscape of Outstanding Features (11) — Area of remarkable appearance with important natural and cultural value. Nature Park (12) — Area of well preserved natural values with preserved natural ecosystems and picturesque landscape set aside for the preservation of biodiversity and for educational, touristic, recreational and scientific use.↑ ↑
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  • Les aires naturelles protégées de Serbie couvrent une superficie de 5 281 km2, soit environ 6 % du territoire du pays.La Serbie compte 5 parcs nationaux, 33 parcs naturels, 70 réserves naturelles et 289 monuments naturels, géologiques ou botaniques. On y trouve aussi 10 sites Ramsar pour la conservation des zones humides et 35 zones importantes pour la conservation des oiseaux (en abrégé : ZICO)↑ ↑ ↑ ↑
  • Список национальных парков Сербии
  • In Serbien sind rund 7.320 km² als National- oder Naturpark ausgewiesen. Ein Grund dafür besteht auch darin, dass Serbien zu 30 Prozent bewaldet und der Großteil davon naturbelassen ist.
  • Le aree naturali protette della Serbia coprono circa il 5% del territorio nazionale. Ci sono 5 parchi nazionali, 120 riserve naturali, 20 parchi naturali, e circa 470 monumenti naturali.L'ente serbo preposto alle tematiche ambientali è l' Istituto per la Protezione della Natura della Serbia (SEPA), organo del Ministero della Protezione ambientale della Repubblica di Serbia.
  • Protected areas cover around 5% of the territory of Serbia. The Law on the Protection of the Nature defines these categories of protected areas: Strict Nature Reserve (4) — Area of unmodified natural features with representative ecosystems set aside for the preservation of its biodiversity and for scientific research and monitoring.
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  • Aree naturali protette della Serbia
  • List of protected natural resources in Serbia
  • Список национальных парков Сербии
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