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Limestone Mine "Strazevica"
Serbia

Strazevica hill is the hill in southern Belgrade in city municipality of Rakovica. The view directed to south reaches village Rusanj and part of the Belgrade traffic bypass from Orlovaca to Strazevica with monumental overpass and tunel. Strazevica hill is being destroying due to mining activities nearby where in the limestone mine "EMS Kijevo" limestone is being exploiting.

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