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Sokobanja pano view
Serbia

Sokobanjska kotlina je mala oblast u centralnom delu istočne Srbije, jasno ograničena sa svih strana planinama, do 1600 metara nadmodske visine. Ona leži između planine Rtnja na severu, Ozrena, Leskovika i Device na jugu i izmedju moravske doline na zapadu i timočke na istoku. Ovako ograničena Sokobanjska kotlina zahvata površinu od 515,5 km2 i izdužena je u pravcu istok zapad. Sokobanjska kotlina predstavlja izolovanu geografsku celinu, ali ne sasvim, zbog nekih morfoloških elemenata. Preko bovanske na zapadu i skrobničke klisure na istoku, sokobanjska kotlina spaja moravski na jednoj (preko bovanske klisure) i timočki sliv (knjaževačkom klisurom) na drugoj strani. Pored ovog, sokobanjska kotlina je na severu, preko visokih presedlina Lukavice i Rasinackog sedla, vezana sa oblašću Crne reke, a na jugu preko Ozrena za golačka sela i moravsku dolinu. Ovo je stari put kojim su bili povezani Cma reka i Niš.

Text: http://www.soko-banja.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=831&Itemid=1

Copyright: Saša Stojanović
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9622x4811
Taken: 12/07/2013
Subida: 13/07/2013
Actualizado: 18/09/2014
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