Carska Bara - By The Big Tree
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Carska Bara - By The Big Tree

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This is midway of "Health Path" that runs 4.5 km between Begej reaver and Carska Bara bog. All the way, there were caterpillars falling from the trees (breeding season probably), but silence and peace of raw and untamed nature replaced that bit of untidyness. Everywhere you turn there's bog and swamp untouched by man. Frogs leaping all around you, unaccustomed to humans stepping around them.

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A: Carska Bara - Serbian nature reserve and largest bog

di Boris Vezmar, 250 metri di distanza

Carska Bara (Serbian Cyrillic: Царска бара) is the largest individual bog and one of the major nature...

Carska Bara - Serbian nature reserve and largest bog

B: Carska Bara

di Ninoslav Adzibaba, 470 metri di distanza

Carska bara reserve covers the area of about 1600 acres, 17km southeast of Zrenjanin, Serbia. The pon...

Carska Bara

C: Carska Bara - Bridge by the pier

di Boris Vezmar, 1.0 km di distanza

Carska Bara (Serbian Cyrillic: Царска бара) is the largest individual bog and one of the major nature...

Carska Bara - Bridge by the pier

D: Carska bara, vidikovac

di Atila Bezdan, 1.5 km di distanza

Carska bara, vidikovac

E: Titelski breg, pogled na Tisu i Begej

di Atila Bezdan, 10.8 km di distanza

Titelski breg, pogled na Tisu i Begej

F: Titelski breg

di Atila Bezdan, 10.8 km di distanza

Titelski breg

G: Titelski breg, pogled na grad

di Atila Bezdan, 10.9 km di distanza

Titelski breg, pogled na grad

H: Titelski breg

di Atila Bezdan, 10.9 km di distanza

Titelski breg

I: vegetables

di Miljkovic Tamara, 26.4 km di distanza

vegetables

J: Kovilj monastery

di Atila Bezdan, 30.2 km di distanza

Kovilj monastery

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Serbia, Europe

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