Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 2
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Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 2

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Below the mountain Radan, up to the crotch of about 600 meters there is a very rare scene of clay figures. Such figures are rarely good in the world, resulting in a more lasting centuries erosive processes. Devil town consists of two "Mahala" with about 200 pieces, opposing left and right of the cliff. The left group is called the Devil gully, and the right Infernal gully. Each group consists of the one hundred pieces of stone. The process of creating these clay figure is permanent, some disappearing under the extreme weather conditions, but the other bear. Devil's Town official virtual tour - http://djavoljavaros.360.rs

Đavolja Varoš was a nominee in the New Seven Wonders of Nature campaign

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A: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 1

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B: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš)

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C: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 4

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E: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 5 - center

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G: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 3

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H: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) - inside

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I: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 12

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