Vojvodina, officially the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, is an self sufficient province of Serbia, positioned inside the northern a part of the country, within the Pannonian Plain. In the Neolithic duration, two vital archaeological cultures flourished in this region: the Starcevo way of life and the Vinca way of life. Indo-European peoples first settled within the territory of present-day Vojvodina in 3200 BC. During the Eneolithic duration, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age, several Indo-European archaeological cultures had been focused in or round Vojvodina, which include the Vucedol subculture, the Vatin lifestyle, and the Bosut way of life, amongst others.
Novi Sad is the most important metropolis and workplace of Vojvodina and the second one-largest metropolis in Serbia. Vojvodina has a populace of almost 2 million. There are a few 26 ethnic companies within the province, and 6 languages are in professional use by way of the provincial management. The term vojvodina in Serbian means a kind of duchy – greater especially, a voivodeship. It derives from the word "vojvoda" which stems from the Proto-Slavic language phrase "voevoda". Those phrases are etymologically linked with contemporary-day phrases "vojnik" and "voditi".