Krusevac city (Grad Kruševac)
The city of Kruševac is located the central part of the Republic of Serbia. It covers the area of 854km² and includes 101 townships and 145.000 inhabitants in total. The Kruševac urban area has about 65,000 inhabitants. It is located in the valleys of West Morava River, Rasina River, between the Jastrebac, Kopaonik and Željin mountains. The City of Kruševac is the centre of the Rasina District, which includes municipalities Aleksandrovac, Brus, Varvarin, Trstenik and Ćićevac. As a city rich in tradition and centuries of history, once the medieval Serbian capital, Kruševac today is a modern city, economic, administrative, cultural, health, education, information and sports centre of importance for the Rasina District and the Republic of Serbia.
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