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Nis spa Radon center
Serbia

Institute resources in Nis spa (Niška banja) are stationaries "Radon", "Terme" and "Zelengora" with the total of 560 beds, full confort, provided with therapy units and with up to date medical kit, building of Old bathroom, pool N°3 and N°5 and administration building - lodge "Taskovic".

Niška banja as well as Sokobanja is one of best health spa resorts in Serbia.

Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 16/05/2010
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