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Besni Fok (Serbian Cyrillic: Бесни Фок) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in the Belgrade's municipality of Palilula.


Name comes from the Serbian word besni which means rabid, wild and the old German word fock which means a canal, so the settlement was called wild canal because of the local canal which uncontrollably flooded the area.


Besni Fok is located in the northern, Banat section of the municipality, 22 kilometers north of downtown Belgrade. It is built on the Belanoš canal in the marsh of Pančevački Rit. The settlement is not classified as a separate one but as a sub-settlement of the 9 kilometers away Padinska Skela to the north. The settlement are both small and don't make one continuous built-up area. However, due to its unusual name and popularity it gained as a fishing resort, Besni Fok is better known.

Besni Fok is located on the Zrenjaninski put road which connects Belgrade with the town of Zrenjanin in Vojvodina. The settlement has very bad communal infrastructure.

Since 1967, Besni Fok is a location of the traditional Prvomajski uranak or "Labour Day early outing", celebration of May 1, Labour Day. It is traditionally celebrated with the large camp bonfire and a series of sport activities, including sack race, futsal, tug of war, handball and soccer matches, etc.


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