If you visit the Danube bank near Kladovo, 243 km away from Belgrade, it will make you think you are somewhere at the seaside. The mighty Djerdap gorge ends here, on the territory of this municipality. In this area, immediately downstream from the exit of Mali Kazan, 16 km-long Oršavska basin is located, leaning on the last one in a row, Sipska klisura, which is only 6.5 km long. The urban nucleus of Kladovo has preserved architecture and leans on the bank of the Danube. A great number of these buildings are under the state protection, and The Archeological Museum of Djerdap is of particular importance. Along the promenade in Kladovo, there is a nice beach resort which is 900 m long. On the left bank of the Danube, just before Oršava – former Roman Dierna, there is a popular attraction of modern times, a monumental sculpture of the Dacian king Decebalus, made in natural rock near the confluence of the Mrakonije River and the Danube. Tekija is the first settlement of the municipality of Kladovo going from the west. It is located above the flooded Old Tekija and at the exit from Kazan. It is an excellent example of a typical fishing settlement where today The Gold Churn is held – catching the catfish with a buck. Trajan’s Panel (Tabula Traiana), located below the Iron Gate road, can be accessed only by water today. This cultural monument originates from 100 BC. The Trajan’s Bridge, 4 km downstream from Kladovo, in the area of the Kostol village, was built in the period between 103 and 105 BC by the renowned constructor Apolodor. Pontes, which is its real name, is a monumental building of the Roman civilization in this part of the world. The Roman and early Byzantine fortification from the period of 102-103 BC, Dianna, is located on the hill near the bank of the Danube and represents one of the biggest Roman-Byzantine forts. Kladovo also has its ethno-village zone comprised of four villages. Here you can see the remains of the traditional rural architecture where customs and rituals have been partially preserved, and the national cuisine is particularly interesting.