Leskovac is renowned for its textile industry. Leskovac was the second largest city of Serbia. The textile exports of Leskovac earned great fame for the city and Leskovac made a mark not only among the Serbia cities but also in the world.
According to the world geography, Leskovac lies deep down in the south of Serbia. Leskovac is closer to the Greek border. Cities in Serbia has their own stories to unfold to the world. The city of Leskovac is also renowned for its peppers and rostilj (grill). Leskovac is also blessed with natural beauty. The Serbian city of Leskovac has beautiful lakes and streams. The natural landscape of Leskovac will also lure the visitors heart. Moreover the city of Leskovac also houses the thermae archaeological remains. The famous among the remains of archeology is the Sijarinska Banja or the Sijarinska Bath.
Leskovac was once home to several textile industries and was termed as the Little Manchester. Though Leskovac was an abode of textile industries yet now it is forlorn. The civil wars were largely responsible for the closing down of the industries.
Leskovac carried the banner of industrial developments, which was later copied throughout the Eastern Europe. This led to the rise in employment.
Leskovac visit will give a taste of the industries, which made Leskovac a renowned name not only among the cities in Serbia but also in the world.