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Centralni park [Soko Banja]
Serbia

Parks are well regulated Sokobanja gardens for relaxation and recovery of patients and spa guests. Our introduction to the sights and surroundings Sokobanja starting from the central park.


We are located in the center of Sokobanja, we have the old bathroom Sokobanja - Park, which are built on Roman foundations of the Turks, and was renewed twice, firstly in the reign of Prince Milos, and then after World War II. Under the dome are two swimming pools, male and female, and a dozen time. In addition to the bathroom - inhalatorijum Spa, where visitors, under the direction of a physician, inhaled.

Park behind the bathroom offers a spacious and beautifully decorated Sokobanja central park, decorated with flowers, greenery and bushes, hundred year old plane trees and fountains. One part is a playground for children. Flowing through the park with two clear streams - cold and hot mineral water. In a stream of cold water can be seen and river crabs.

Text: Centar Sokobanje

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Tags: central; centralni; gradski; park; sokobanji; soko banja; sokobanja; sokobanjski; serbia; serbian
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