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Ivanjica - Golijska Reka
Serbia
Golijska Reka ('Golija's River') is a mountain resort on Mt. Golija. It is tucked away in a small valley. A small river runs through it, after which the place got its name. The resort was quite popular in the 1990s but it became derelict in the 2000s. An attemt to revive it failed so it remains deserted with only foresters dwelling here from time to time.
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Uploaded: 18/02/2014
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