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Suspension bridge

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Suspension bridge near the entrance to Zlotska - Lazareva pecina (lazar caves, zlot caves).

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A: Lazareva pecina-ulaz

by Boris Mrdja, 40 meters away

Entrance to Lazareva pecina, (Lazar cave). This amazing cave complex is located near village of Zlot,...

Lazareva pecina-ulaz

B: Lazarev kanjon

by Boris Mrdja, 750 meters away

Lazar canyon, and its cave system are located in national park with the same name, near village of Zl...

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C: Lake side beach

by Boris Mrdja, 7.3 km away

Beach and small wooden pier on Borsko jezero

Lake side beach

D: Pier on lake Bor

by Boris Mrdja, 7.3 km away

Beach and small pier on Borsko jezero

Pier on lake Bor

E: Morning on Borsko jezero

by Boris Mrdja, 7.4 km away

Misty morning on Borsko jezero

Morning on Borsko jezero

F: Fog on lake

by Boris Mrdja, 7.4 km away

Misty morning on Borsko jezero

Fog on lake

G: Borsko jezero

by Boris Mrdja, 7.8 km away

Beach on Borsko jezero (Lake Bor)

Borsko jezero

H: Cavern - Rudno Telo "T" in copper mine Bor

by Stefan Solakov, 13.3 km away

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I: Put Ka Buku Dobrostrane

by Sasha Spasic, 17.8 km away

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J: Prskalo Waterfall near Despotovac

by Boris Vezmar, 20.3 km away

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