Coordinates: 45 ° 24′0 ″ N, 19 ° 28′0 ″ E
Silbaš is a village in Serbia in the municipality of Bačka Palanka (20 km away), in the South Bačka District. According to the 2011 census, there were 2,467 inhabitants. Here are the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. John Chrysostom and the Christian Evangelical Church from 1838. The village of Silbash is mentioned in archival documents as far back as 1263, an idyllic place where Serbs and Slovaks live in harmony. Today, two celebrations are celebrated and the Slovak Kirbay. The ethno house in Silbaš has a collection of folk costumes, work and ceremonial. Here you can see the unique handicrafts of hardworking Slovak women. It is worth taking your free time to go back in time at least for a moment and enjoy the beauty of the ancestors of the Slovak people.