Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance (Serbian: Археолошка налазишта од изузетног значаjа/Arheološka nalazišta od izuzetnog značaja) are the archaeological sites in the Republic of Serbia that have the highest level of the State protection, and some of them are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The sites are part of the Cultural Heritage of Serbia protection list.
|Vinča-Belo Brdo||Neolithic, Copper Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Medieval||Grocka||Vinča|||
|Viminacium||Founded in 1st century AD.
Destroyed in 441.
Destroyed in 582.
|Gamzigrad||Built in 298 AD.
Destroyed in mid-5th century.
|Justiniana Prima||Existed 535-615 AD||Lebane||Prekopčelica|||
|Mediana - Brzi Brod||Built in 306 AD.
Abandoned in 442.
Bulevar Cara Konstantina bb
|Trajan's Bridge||Built in 105 AD.
Destroyed in 270–275.
|Kladovo||Kostol||For more than a thousand years, it was the longest arch bridge in the world, in terms of both total and span length.|||
|Diana Fortress||Built in 101 AD.
Destroyed in mid-4th century.
Rebuilt in 530.
|Kraku Lu Jordan||Early Bronze Age-380 AD||Kučevo||Brodica|||
|Rudna Glava||5th millennium BC||Majdanpek||Rudna Glava|||
|Velika humka||Last decade of 4th century BC, and first decade of 5th century BC||Požega||Pilatovići|||
|Židovar||9-8th century BC||Vršac||Orešac|||
|Starčevo site||Older neolithic||Pančevo||Starčevo|||
|Bassianae||1st-6th century AD||Ruma||Donji Petrovci|||
|Gomolava||Neolithic, Early Bronze Age, Iron Age||Ruma||Hrtkovci|||
|Sirmium||4th century BC-582 AD||Sremska Mitrovica||Sremska Mitrovica|||
|Titel plateau||Neolithic, Early Bronze Age, Iron Age||Titel||Titel|||
|Čelarevo site||End of 8th century, and beginning of 9th century||Bačka Palanka||Čelarevo|||
|Ulpiana||98 AD / 118 AD||Lipljan||Gračanica||Located in disputed region of Kosovo[a]|||
|a.||^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Kosovo. The latter declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. Kosovo's independence has been recognised by 108 out of 193 United Nations member states.|