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Kotor Varos-panorama
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Opština Kotor Varoš smještena je u centralnom dijelu BiH opasana planinskim masivima: Borija na istoku, Uzlomac na sjeveru, Vlašićem na jugu i obroncima Čemernice na zapadu.Opština Kotor Varoš graniči sa opštinama Teslić, Čelinac Kneževo i Travnik.Prostor opštine je preko magistralnog puta M-4 povezan sa Banjalučko Dobojskom regijom a preko njih sa ostalim djelovima RepublikeSrpske, BiH i šire.Površina opštine iznosi 560 kilometara kvadratnih. Nadmorska visina opštine kreće se od 220 m n.v. na sjeverozapadu do 1739m n.v.na jugoistoku
Copyright: Darko Mirosavljevic
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 09/05/2011
Uploaded: 09/05/2011
Updated: 07/02/2013
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