Kozja stena - Tara
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Kozja stena - Tara

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Tara is in western Serbia. Tara mountain is a part of Dinaric Alps with average height of 1200 m above sea level. Kozja stena or Banjska stena is 6km from Mitrovac place. Sight place is magnificant. From this viewpoint visitors can see border Drina river wich devides Serbia and Bosnia, Perucac lake and Perucac dam.

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A: Banjska stena, Tara

Par Saša Stojanović, à 150 mètres

Mountain Tara got its name after the friendly god Tarr who had chosen this very mountain to spend his...

Banjska stena, Tara

B: Jezero Perućac

Par Bane Obradović, A 1.2 km

Jezero Perućac

C: Pogled na branu, Perućac

Par Bane Obradović, A 1.3 km

Pogled na branu, Perućac

D: Otvaranje regate [Perućac]

Par Saša Stojanović, A 1.7 km

III DAN – Revijalna regata, 23. jul 2011.Start – Perućac, Cilj – RogačicacaProgram:do 10:30 Evidentir...

Otvaranje regate [Perućac]

E: Izvor Reke Vrelo

Par Bane Obradović, A 2.0 km

Izvor Reke Vrelo

F: Usce Reke Vrelo

Par Bane Obradović, A 2.2 km

Usce Reke Vrelo

G: Mitrovac na Tari

Par Saša Stojanović, A 3.8 km

Mitrovac na Tari je naseljeno mesto, udaljeno 26 km od Bajine Bašte, najpoznatije po velikom dečijem ...

Mitrovac na Tari

H: Mitrovac na Tari - NP Tara

Par Saša Stojanović, A 3.9 km

Mitrovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Митровац) is a village located on the Tara Mountain, in the Bajina Bašta ...

Mitrovac na Tari - NP Tara

I: Mitrovac Na Tari

Par Bane Obradović, A 3.9 km

Mitrovac Na Tari

J: Rezervat Crveni potok, Mitrovac na Tari

Par Bane Obradović, A 4.1 km

Rezervat Crveni potok, Mitrovac na Tari

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