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Zlatibor
Serbia

Zlatibor is, first of all, an extraordinary beautiful mountain, with a pleasant climate, with spacious sloping grounds, rich pasture-grounds and mountain brooks. There are about 1000 square km of meadows and risings, sloping grounds and dry grounds, abysses and chasms... Zlatibor is administratively divided into three municipalities within Serbia: Čajetina, Užice and Nova Varoš, in the Zlatibor District. The railroad Belgrade-Bar passes through Zlatibor. Among Sokobanja and Vrnjačka banja, Zlatibor is one of most visited places in Serbia. Source

Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 31/08/2010
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Tags: zlatibor; jezero; lake; serbia; srbija
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