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Bajina Basta
Serbia

Bajina Bašta (Serbian Cyrillic: Бајина Башта) is a town located in the western mountains of Serbia. The town lies in the valley of the Drina River at the eastern edge of Tara National Park. It is the administrative seat of the Bajina Bašta Municipality in the Zlatibor District. Bajina Basta is 290km from Sokobanja spa and 165km from Belgrade. Source: Wikipedia

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