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Sokobanja downtown [summertime]

Sokobanja is a small spa in southeast Serbia, which is located in a valley consisting Sokobanjska Mount Ozren, Rtanj and Devica.Sokobanja is one of the most popular destinations in Serbia in terms of spa tourism. Sokobanja one of the city - a spa town and the center of the municipality and Sokobanja basin. She has a very specific position and is located in southeast Serbia. FromBelgrade is situated 240 kilometers, from Nis 60 and 70 kilometers from Zajecar.Sokobanja comes to regional road, which is in Aleksinac stands out from the Belgrade-Nis and from the direction of Boljevac and Knjaževac. The settlement islocated in the southern part of Sokobanja basin at the foot of Mount Virgin, which is just one of the mountains that surround the Sokobanja. The resort is located at 305 metersabove sea level as it is not counted in the spa, but it is a high mountain environment toaffect the sub-alpine climate favorable Sokobanje which places it among the leadinghealth centers in Serbia. It is characterized by a very soft and mild climate, thermal springs, and its micro-climate that is unique in this region. Sokobanja has 8493 inhabitants, is the main town in Sokobanjska valley in which there are 25 villages. This area has had a turbulent and interesting history from prehistoric times to današnih days. Sokobanja inhabited by different peoples, and the colorfulresidents. Thanks to this historical period in Sokobanja are numerous castles,foundations, churches and various historical monuments. In addition istorijksihmonuments are represented by folklore, folk dishes, customs and different events thattake place during the off season. Close Sokobanja is located Bovan lake which is located about 11 km. The lake is rich with freshwater fish and is one of the favorite place for fishermen. Also on the lake there are beautiful beaches for swimming and relaxation of our guests. There are camping places provided with all necessary conditions for a longer stay. Hunting is in a developing and more and more nature lovers who come here to be tried themselves in the discipline in a very well-kept grounds that are rich in wild animals like,rabbits, foxes, wild boars, wild cats, wolves and pheasants, and in particular period. Sokobanja is also known for having a famous writer and Nobel prize winner Branislav Nušić often visited this place and enjoyed the magic and beauty of this area. Here is the written part of the book”Na Drini Cuprija”. He was left epitaph''Sokobanja Sokograd Dodjes Star Odes Mlad”. As for accommodation in Soko Banja, are increasingly seeking private accommodation. Next to it is getting easier to get because they are the owners turned to new technologies and advertising on the Internet and specialty search sites, accommodation in Soko Banja.One of the high-quality sites where visitors can find a huge number of apartments in Sokobanja.

Source: http://community.mtv.com/Post/About-my-city--Sokobanja-spa/0D3FCFFFF022EB89A000801413575

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 23/08/2011
Updated: 18/09/2014


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