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Banjica park
Serbia

Banjica is part of the city near the center of the River. The park is a nice middle with benches and paths for walking the shores of the river Moravice. In this section there are three hotels, a bathroom with natural mineral water (temperature 28 ° C, the nerve boesti leaflets), and a restaurant on the riverbank.


Below the restaurant is the prefect beach, one of the places that is a legend. Upstream from the beach in a small canyon has a few more places to swim around the rocks which are suitable for diving.

The park in Banjica, there is a tree - "Wish Tree". It is a plane tree with strange bumps, which "guarantees" the fulfillment of wishes to those who touch him and make a wish.

Above the beach "six tubs" and "County" on the river Moravici is "a gentleman beach." This is the only place where nudists gather sometimes.

Text: Banjica park, Sokobanja

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