Radujevac (Cyrillic: Радујевац ) is a village in the Opština Negotin in eastern Serbia.


The village lies on the right bank of the Danube, about 15 km from the Romanian and Bulgarian border.


Radujevac is one of the oldest settlements in this area. In Turkish records of the year 1530 is mentioned Radujevac with 22 houses for the first time. Near the village, the villages Negurice, Prehod and Ivkovce were. During the 17th century, these four villages grew together. Beginning of the 18th century, the village had 39 houses, and only 13 years later, in 1736, there were 80 houses.

Radujevac located on the banks of the Danube, as previously stood many different species of fish here, and the people lived from fishing.

The name was given to the place because of the joy (Serbian: radost, German: Joy ) of the residents, as they could sell a lot of fish, because until 100 years ago the town was the center of fishing in this region.


The 2002 census (self- nomination) showed that 1540 people live in the small town.

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  • Place in the Opština Negotin
  • Place on the Danube