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Zenski Strand Palic
Serbia
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..
Copyright: Igor gaspar
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Uploaded: 21/05/2010
Updated: 27/08/2014
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