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Tornik top - Zlatibor
Serbia

Zlatibor is located 300km from Sokobanja, 238-kilometer of the highway Belgrade -  Montenegro Coast and is one of the most visited mountain tourist place in Serbia. The average altitude is 1,000 meters, with more than 2,000 hours of sunshine a year and its continental climate Zlatibor is a kind of air spa - an oasis of peace flies and clean air and winter skiing center.


Zlatibor has a century-old tradition, is the first hotel was built in the 1908th Whatever. stayed in it Serbian kings, poets and painters.

Zlatibor is a vast plateau in western Serbia.
Under the name of Zlatibor means two terms, geographical and tourism, which are not territorially identical:

"... Zlatibor as geographical unit includes the area between the river and Uvac Sušice and eastern and western slopes of Tara Murtenica. In the northwest of the village belong Kremna and Mokra Gora, a mountain in southeastern Murtenica, zlatiborska foothills that make the transition to the neighboring Tara and Sandzak mountains.

 Under the concept of Zlatibor tourism means the vast plateau of debt thirty and twelve kilometers wide, with the propagation direction northwest-southeast, flanked by mountain peaks Gradina, Crni Vrh, Čigota, Murtenica, Tornik Čavlovcem, Vijogorom and above the river Susica. In this area at the turn of the century, begin to develop tourist villages Ribnica, King's Water, Palisad, eye and Zlatibor. ... "

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