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Ripaljka waterfall [summertime]
Serbia

WATERFALL "Ripaljka"


Below the parking lot where we recommend that you leave the car, the trail leads to the waterfall "Ripaljka", the first natural monument that the state is protected by law in 1948. year. Vodpoad occurs Gradasnica and tell John Cvijic highest in Serbia. Located at 420m above sea level, about 3 miles south of Sokobanja. He falls into the category akumulativnih vodoapada and height is 17.5 m. It is characterized by valuable aesthetic qualities, a great tourist attraction and is directly involved in tourism Sokobanja. Named after the local term for the verb "sokočiti" - rip. In the end Sokobanja says the water jump - but ripa. Is a great pity not to visit Sokobanja see Ripaljka in Ozren.

1947th , there was a plan to create a small power plant to supply the waterfall for the sake of the Hospital Electrical energy. All necessary materials were procured, dug the foundations and built the dam and before the plant was put into operation, the Office for Protection and Scientific Research in the People's Republic of natural rarities of Serbia passed a decision on the protection of small and large Ripaljka, "to preserve the scientific, aesthetic and natural rarity in these parts. "The Institute is directed to the first May 1950. destroy the power plant, and the Special Hospital "Ozren" connected to the transmission line. Act of 1948. declared a nature park.

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