is located in Vincha, suburb of Belgrade. The tell of Vincha archaeological site is almost entirely made up of the remains of human settlement, and was occupied several times from the Early Neolithic (5700 BCE) through to the Medieval period. The most substantial archaeological deposits are from the Neolithic - Eneolithic Vincha culture
, of which Vincha-White hill is the type site. The first archaeological excavations at Vincha were carried out by prominent Serbian archaeologist Miloje Vasic starting in 1908. Even though a large part of the site has been excavated, the exploration isn't even close to being finished. The world hasn't heard yet of all its secrets. The archaeological site revealed
different kinds of tools and weapons
made of stone and bones, pottery, ritual vases, jewelry, numerous anthropomorphic and zoomorphic figurines, the remains of prehistoric houses and many other objects created here or brought from remote areas. Vincha, once the center of a great civilization, today is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Serbia visited by numerous tourists each year. It can be reached by the bus no. 307 from Belgrade.