Founded during the first century on the banks of the river Mlava, a tributary of the Danube, Vinimacium used to be an important city of the Roman Empire, capital of the province of Mesia. The city was to be found near modern Kostolac, in the area of today’s Belgrade.
The technical presentation course about the noise-dampering systems Silere and Triplus and the siphonic rainwater drainage system Rainplus took place in a room recalling the Roman Empire ancient glory and dealt with the various characteristics of the systems, their performances and their designing features. The designers’ great appreciation confirmed the success of the Valsir products on the Serbian market.
At the end of the meeting, after a Serbian-style dinner, the participants were led inside the archeological site for a guided tour of the old city