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The Voras Mountains or Nidže (Greek: Όρος Βόρας , Serbian: Ниџе, Turkish: Nice Dağı) are a mountain range in the Pella Prefecture of Macedonia, Greece, situated in the north-west of the prefecture on the border with the Republic of Macedonia. The tallest peak in the range is Kaimakchalan at 2,524 m (8,281 ft). The mountain range hosts a ski resort and the hot springs at Loutra Loutrakiou (Pozar). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voras_Mountains

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