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Nis spa centre (Niška banja)
Serbia

Niska Banja Spa is a small touristic spa in the southeast of Serbia, 10 km far from Niš, 70km far from Soko Banja spa, and 250 km far from Belgrade.

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Uploaded: 16/05/2010
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