Strange road in Village Cortanovci
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Strange road in Village Cortanovci

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When you go down the road from the Cortanovci village to the Danube you have to pass this strange passage cut into the hill which is connected with wooden bridge above the road. This macadam leads toward part of national park of Fruska gora which is called "Cortanovacka suma" and it is one of the most beautiful beaches along the river Danube. One of the most popular and cult Serbian film "The Elusive Summer of '68" was filmed at this beautiful beach.

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