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Krstatac (1070 mnv)
Serbia

Vrh Krstatca je tromeđa opština Boljevca, Sokobanje i Knjaževca što ga čini posebnim. Sa visine od 1070 metara, koliko je visok najviši vrh Krstatca /Šiljak/ pružaju se fenomenalni vidici na sve četri strane sveta.

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 12/11/2012
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: krstatac; milusinac; bogdinac; vrelo; bucje; tupiznica; rtanj; boljevac; devica; ozren; ostra cuka; sokobanja; serbia; srbija; mountain; planinarenje; siljak
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