In the center of today’s Nis, on the right bank of the Nisava rise the remains of the famous fortress of Nis, in whose territory people lived before the millennium. One of the best preserved in the Balkans, a Turkish fortress in this place was built (for a year) on the ruins of the ancient and medieval . The first written records about the restoration of this fortress date from the year 1165, when the Byzantine historian Honijat wrote that the Emperor Manuel I Komnenos himself surrounded Niš walls


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