Stubej peack at Homolje mountains
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Stubej peack at Homolje mountains

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Homolje mountains is a mountain range in eastern Serbia. It lies in the region known as Homolje between towns of Žagubica on south and Kučevo on north. Its highest peaks are Štubej (940 m) and Vranj (884 m). Source

This picture was taken on 5.feb.2011. during the winter climb organised by Mountain club "Vukan" from Požarevac.

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A: Chuceck peack at Homolje mountains

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