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Miroc mountain

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Miroč massif is attractive mountain along the Danube which consists of large and small Strbac and several smaller peaks that can lean on them. Attractive rocky sections, lookout points of breathless, centennial beech forests and generally abundant and diverse flora and fauna, were sufficient reason that this area be declared a reserve in the National Park. This excursion was organized by Planinarski klub "Vukan" from Požarevac city

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