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Park "Pine-tree-land"

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Popular nearby park Borići are in place called "Vrelo" above the Sokobanja spa. Nearby is town and forest.

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A: Prva harmonika Sokobanja

by Saša Stojanović, 150 meters away

The first harmonic Sokobanja Now back in the 1962nd year, there is the idea to organize a competition...

Prva harmonika Sokobanja

B: Pogled sa terase na planinu Rtanj

by Saša Stojanović, 210 meters away

View from balcony at Miletić house in Sokobanja spa at Rtanj mountain. Pogled sa terase porodice Mile...

Pogled sa terase na planinu Rtanj

C: Special hospital "Sokobanja"

by Saša Stojanović, 250 meters away

Treatment for healing is provided in the "Sokobanja" special hospital. It is equipped with the most m...

Special hospital "Sokobanja"

D: Sokobanja pano view

by Saša Stojanović, 320 meters away

Sokobanjska kotlina je mala oblast u centralnom delu istočne Srbije, jasno ograničena sa svih strana ...

Sokobanja pano view

E: Janior hill above Sokobanja

by Saša Stojanović, 330 meters away

Janior is a little hill above the Sokobanja where are antenas hosted for Wi-Fi, satellite, GSM, TV an...

Janior hill above Sokobanja

F: TDI pena party - Sokobanja 2011.

by Saša Stojanović, 450 meters away

Tdi & Beatshakers white foam party night # 2 Last year, by DJs white foam party night for the par...

TDI pena party - Sokobanja 2011.

G: Crkva Svetog Preobrazenja Gospodnjeg

by Saša Stojanović, 460 meters away

Posebna kulturna vrednost Sokobanje je crkva Svetog Preobraženja Gospodnjeg. Kako piše u "Spomenici T...

Crkva Svetog Preobrazenja Gospodnjeg

H: Special hospital Sokobanja park

by Saša Stojanović, 470 meters away

Treatment for healing is provided in the "Sokobanja" special hospital. It is equipped with the most m...

Special hospital Sokobanja park

I: Crkva Svetog Preobraženja [Sokobanja]

by Saša Stojanović, 470 meters away

Today, the temple of the Holy Nativity Bogorndice at LEPTERIJA in Soko Banja, Divine Liturgy and cut ...

Crkva Svetog Preobraženja [Sokobanja]

J: Sokobanja downtown [summertime]

by Saša Stojanović, 490 meters away

Sokobanja is a small spa in southeast Serbia, which is located in a valley consisting Sokobanjska Mou...

Sokobanja downtown [summertime]

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