Maglič is a 13th-century castle about 20 km south of Kraljevo, Serbia. The castle is located atop a hill around which the Ibar river makes a curve, about 100 m above the river. The fortress protected the only road that connected the Great Morava Valley and Kosovo Polje. Its name means The Foggy One from the Serbian word "Magla" , meaning fog.
Maglič was included on the list of Cultural Monuments of Exceptional Importance in 1979.
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