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Rasina river
Serbia

Foot bridge over river Rasina in Central Serbia.

Located by the road from mountain Kopaonik to town of Krusevac. This clear mountain river is one of the Serbia's purest. Just few Km down the stream it creates artificial Lake Celije.

Copyright: Boris Mrdja
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Uploaded: 10/12/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: nature; serbia; rasina; kopaonik; brus; krusevas; jezero celije; river; stream; winter; snow; frozen; bridge; foot; forest; flow; woods; day; cloudy; white; whiteout
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