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Gentlemen beach at Moravica river
Serbia
Malo iznad Župan plaže nalazi se "Tesnac". To je plaža gde je reka Moravica najuža u svom toku, ali veoma atraktivna za kupače. Nadalje, iznad plaža „šest kaca“ i „tri kace“ na reci Moravici nalazi se „džentlmen plaža“ - mesto gde se ponekad okupljaju nudisti. Plaže se nalaze se oko 500 m uzvodno od Župana i veoma su posećene. Ime su dobile po izgledu stena kroz koje reka protiče. Krečnjački masivi su vodom tako izlokani da podsećaju na burad odn. kace. I ove dve plaže imaju mesta pogodna za skokove i veoma su posećene tokom leta. Pored ovih, posećena su i poznata još i druga kupališta na Moravici, koja se nalaze uzvodno od navedenih: Džentlmen, pomenuta Lepterija i Stari brest.

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 05/08/2012
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Tags: dzentlmen; moravica; reka; plaza; beach; sokobanja; soko banja; serbia; srbija; europe; summertime
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