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6 kaca at river Moravica in Sokobanja
Serbia

6 kaca are beach at Moravica river wich flows throwards Sokobanja. www.soko-banja.org Nearby is Župan beach, Gentleman beach and others.

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 18/07/2010
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Tags: moravica; kace; kaca; zupan; lepterija; sokobanja; soko banja; river; bath; serbia; srbija
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