Zenski Strand Palic
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Zenski Strand Palic

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Zenski strand (Ladies Bath) had big tradition in past, and it is one of the symbols of Palic lake. It is wooden bathing buttress. Today there is a restaurant, and it is opened for both - ladies and man :-) The lake looks a little greeny, because of algae - specific for this lake, but don't worry, lake is clean and you can swim in it if you want..

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