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Ivanjica - Rudnik Peak on the Glijeca Hill
Serbia
Rudnik ('roo-dneek', 'The Mine' in English) is a rocky outcrop situated on the slopes of the Glijeca Hill. It got its name after an antimony mine that was located nearby. Its altitude is 759m and it offers a good view of the town and surrounding hills.
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