Mačva
Corn, tin and ladies stockings

Macva District is located in the western part of Serbia. It covers an area of 3,268 km2 with the administrative center in Sabac.

It also covers Loznica, Bogaric, Vladimirci, Koceljeva, Mali Zvornik, Krupanj i Ljubovija.

Although this area is mostly arable land and the leading industry is agriculture and food processing, there is a big chemical factory "Zorka", a plastics factory "Metaloplastika" and a tin mill in Sabac. In Loznica the textiles industry prevails.

During the Roman period Loznica was known as As Drinum as it is indeed a city on the Drina river, which is also a natural border between Serbia and Bosnia.

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