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Banjska stena, Tara
Serbia

Mountain Tara got its name after the friendly god Tarr who had chosen this very mountain to spend his divine life there thanks to its outstanding natural beauties (taken from the Slavic mythology). The best known views at Tare are Banjska stena at Mitrovac, Biljeska Stena 6 km from Predov Krst, Crnjeskovo at Kaludjerske Bare, Omar and Zboriste.

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