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Koviljaca Spa is one of the most famous Spa in Serbia also called Royal Spa because Petar The First Karadjordjevic - The King of Serbia was built Spa Center there in the beginning of 20th century. In Koviljaca Spa is one of the most beautiful park in Serbia, fresh air and thermal sulfuric water.

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