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Zupan beach at the Moravica river in Sokobanja

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Zupan is one popular beach at the river Moravica in www.soko-banja.org Sokobanja spa in eastern part of Serbia.

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A: Župan beach

by Saša Stojanović, 20 meters away

Najbolje i najbrže ćete stići ako se od centra zaputite ka parku na Banjici. Park se završava upravo ...

Župan beach

B: Plaža Župan [reka Moravica]

by Saša Stojanović, 50 meters away

Najbolje i najbrže ćete stići ako se od centra zaputite ka parku na Banjici. Park se završava upravo ...

Plaža Župan [reka Moravica]

C: Restoran Čoka [Sokobanja]

by Saša Stojanović, 50 meters away

Restoran Čoka [Sokobanja]

D: Most preko Moravice [Župan]

by Saša Stojanović, 60 meters away

Najbolje i najbrže ćete stići ako se od centra zaputite ka parku na Banjici. Park se završava upravo ...

Most preko Moravice [Župan]

E: Flooded Moravica3 2010

by Zoran Ilic, 120 meters away

This is a place where the small river Moravica in Sokobanja shows how this river can be quite big in ...

Flooded Moravica3 2010

F: Andrić mouseum - entry

by Saša Stojanović, 130 meters away

On Wednesday, at the Gallery-Legacy of Milun Mitrovic, there will be promotion of the book "The story...

Andrić mouseum - entry

G: Ivo Andrić mouseum entry

by Saša Stojanović, 140 meters away

On the day when half a century ago won the Nobel Prize for literature, Ivo Andric got a new museum. T...

Ivo Andrić mouseum entry

H: Andrić museum - Appartement 144

by Saša Stojanović, 140 meters away

The exhibition in honor of Ivo Andric in apartment 144 hotels "Moravica" will open on Wednesday 26th ...

Andrić museum - Appartement 144

I: Apartment 144 - Ivo Andrić mouseum

by Saša Stojanović, 150 meters away

If we are, of course, without evil intent, joke, we could say that Ivo Andric staying in the "Moravic...

Apartment 144 - Ivo Andrić mouseum

J: Flooded Moravica 2010

by Zoran Ilic, 180 meters away

This is the place where the river Moravica in Sokobanja shows it's strength when snow melts after the...

Flooded Moravica 2010

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