Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) - Red Hot
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Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) - Red Hot

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Red hot. Red hot is the source of high mineral water. This water is so full of iron minerals that has grown to extremely red color with the index of the mineralization even 17mg / l. This water is not for drinking, but you can rinse out your mouth, taste extremely sour and bitter. Nearby locals say that this is medicinal water and you should follow the face, rinse eyes, sick and other places. Saski mines. Near Devil's town you can see the former tram panes iron and gold miners of the 12 century.

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A: Church of Saint Petka

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B: Church of Saint Petka (inside)

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C: Saski mines

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D: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 1

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E: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš)

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F: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 2

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G: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 4

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H: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš)

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I: Devil's Town (Đavolja Varoš) 12

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