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Uzice
Serbia

First time name of Uzice is mentioned in written document on October 9th, 1329. in receipt note of the Dubrovnik Office, althrough some historians recognize name of Uzice in Declaration of the bzsantian tzar Vasilij II dated in year of 1020. Uzice is 194km away from Belgrade, and 254km from Sokobanja spa. Source

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