Jamena , in Serb Cyrillic Јамена, is a town of Serbia located in the autonomous province of Voïvodine. It belongs to the municipality of Šid in the district of Syrmie (Srem). In 2002, it counted: 1121 inhabitants, of which a majority of Serb.
The history of the city goes up with the Roman Empire: Jamena was a advanced military station located on the Save conceived to fight against the Illyriens.
Starting from 1945, Jamena became a prosperous borough thanks to its agricultural activities.
In 1991, when the Yugoslavia burst, Jamena lost the direct road which connected it to Morović and with the remainder of the Serbia. Hanging the Wars in Yugoslavia (1991-1995), the locality was practically isolated from the remainder of the country. Birth rate declined regularly and the city was depopulated. In 1999, it was bombarded by the forces of NATO.
These last years, the population of Jemena stabilized itself because of the installation of new migrants.
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