Sokobanja - Amam [winter]

Sokobanja president of development resources in one of the great agricultural potential of healthy food and medicinal plants (collected and processed by the company "Adonis"), and the potential of high-quality brown coal. Director of Mines "Soko" Ilija Knezevic, speaking of the most successful underground coal mine in Serbia, said that employs 600 miners from Soko banja, Knjazevac Aleksinac. Sokobanja coal basin (with underground mining) is unrivaled in Serbia. Here we have ten years to invest in opening new large tanks worth about 30 million euros. When complete, the next three to five years, the current production of 150,000 tons will be doubled in next 50 years. But work in this basin will be in the next century because the established reserves of 50 million tons of coal, and investigated only ten of the basin. In front of the "Hawk" for years the longest lines of those who seek work here because the mine operates more effectively and safer than others in Serbia.

Lukic President has informed us that during the project preparation for the shorter and more efficient connections with the motorway Sokobanja number ten on the corridor, through the Atara Razanj municipality. The road will be 20 km shorter than the existing, zakrčenijeg through congested Aleksinac addition Bovan lake. Requires a small investment for only a mile and a half of the new route, a road will be built vapor NIP as an interregional project is important for Sokobanja, Ražanj, Belgrade and Knjaževac.

By the end of this year should be completed and the formation of a regional tourism organization to unify the tourist offer of 15 municipalities Zajecar, Bor and Pirot. Sokobanja sees in it an exceptional opportunity to develop its tourism and more guests.

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Taken: 14/01/2012
Uploaded: 16/01/2012
Updated: 18/09/2014


Tags: sokobanja; soko banja; winter; snow; night; amam; milosev; konak; sokobanji; sokobanjski; serbia; srbija; europe
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