Sjenica is a city settlement in Serbia in the municipality of Sjenica in Zlatibor district. According to the 2011 census, there were 14060 inhabitants. Today's city has evolved from the medieval square and station wagon Senica on the Drina road. He was in the parish of Senica and was one of the Nemanjić courts in medieval Serbia.The arbor is located in the west of Raska or Sandžak. It is located on the road Novi Pazar - Sjenica - Nova Varos, which connects the Ibar highway with the Zlatibor highway and has good traffic connections with the east and west of Sandžak. This municipality belongs to the largest part of the Sjenica-Pesters Plateau. It borders with six municipalities, namely Novi Pazar, Tutin, Bijelo Polje (Republic of Montenegro), Prijepolje, Novi Varoš and Ivanjica. The municipality's area is 1056 km². As a special less natural and geographical area, the Pesterska plateau and the Sjenička valley stand out.There are specific hydro-meteorological characteristics at the Sjenica-Pest plateaus, which is why extremely low temperatures and flying and winter appear. Thus, in the city of Sjenica on January 26, 1954, a temperature of minus 38.3 ° C was recorded.The arbor is also known in Europe as a very cold end, and in winter it often counts in the coldest cities of Europe. The Sjenica-Pesters Plateau complex is predominantly mountainous. In 2005 the lowest temperature was measured from -42 ° C. In comparison to all other cities in Serbia, Sjenica is one of the coldest cities.