Sesalac cave (Sesalačka pećina)
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Sesalac cave (Sesalačka pećina)

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Sesalačka cave is located in the village Sesalac in municipality of Sokobanja. From the center of Sokobanja is far about 15 kilometers. The village can be reached by asphalt road, from whose center leads gravel, for about four kilometers. The resort has brought drinking water are regulated by the access paths, set tables and benches and decorated the room for grilling.

Source: Seselacka pecina

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