Bukovicka spa [Arandjelovac]
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Bukovicka spa [Arandjelovac]

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Bukovička Banja (Bukovička Spa) is a spa situated in Aranđelovac (central Serbia), at the height of 236 m above sea level.
The gorgeous Park of Bukovička Banja is famous for its open-air sculpture gallery. Various sculptors' works of art, made of Vencac marble (one of the best in the world), are placed in this park. The sculptures were created in the past three decades, during the traditional manifestation "The Marble and Sounds" (Mermer i zvuci).
In the vicinity of Bukovička Banja is Risovačka Cave, a cave where a settlement of prehistoric people was found. It is one of the oldest traces of human existence in the Balkan Peninsula. The nearest picnic resorts are Mt. Bukulja (696 m) and Garasi Lake. Also nearby is the small town of Topola, where the Karađorđević dynasty had built its memorial place, consisting of a church and a palace.
The guests of Bukovička Banja have numerous possibilities for a pleasant holiday, including entertainment and recreation, such as open-air and indoors swimming pools, tennis courts, sports fields, fitness rooms, and sauna baths.

Curative Factors

There are several mineral water springs in Bukovička Banja whose water temperatures range from 12 to 28 degrees Celsius.
Mineral water from these springs is bottled and sold both in the domestic and foreign market. Bukovička mineral water won its first quality awards as early as 1906, in Brussels and later on in 1907, in London.

Text: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bukovi%C4%8Dka_Banja
Photo: Saša Stojanović

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