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Lake near Smoljinac village
Serbia

Residence of the monastery, seven springs, and artificial lake, formed their union at the foot of the monastery, a sort of oasis of peace, beauty and inspiration, the intention of the Council of the local community Smoljinac, eventually will become an attractive holiday resort. Beliefs are not only for the inhabitants of this region. Of course, were aware of this, good condition would be to include the entire project capital enterprising investor, able to be conscious the whole complex, extremely beautiful, mystical and unusual atratkivan, domestic and international tourists and pilgrims.

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 05/10/2011
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: smoljinac; jezero; lake; smoljinacko; water; nature; serbia; srbija; europe
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