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Serbia lies on the Balkan peninsula in Southeast Europe. The northern part of the country is mostly flat and belongs to the Pannonian lowlands. The rest of the country is characterised by low and high mountain ranges. The climate in Serbia is mostly continental. In the south it is moderate, with cold winters and warm summers. Wide expanses of Serbia are covered by forests, in which rare animal species such as brown bears and wild cats live. The geographical and climatic conditions in Serbia favour the growing of fruit such as HiPP Organic apples.