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Kraljevi konaci Zlatibor
Serbia

The "Kraljevi konaci" (The Kings Shelters) apartment settlement is situated on the very side of the lake on the central Zlatibor plateau. Because of its beauty and perfection it can be one among the highest ranked objects in the world. The beautiful flowered avenues and arranged places and the harmonious lines of the apartment in the pine woods make an indivisible joint of the nature, the human knowledge and the love. Zlatibor is placed in the heart of Serbia, in its very central part. There are 230 km from this mountain to Belgrade, 260 km to Sokobanja, and 300 km to Novi Sad, exactly as much as to the Adriatic sea. The main-road which links Belgrade with the seaside crosses Zlatibor, direct bus lines are reestablished with Novi Sad, Belgrade, Nis, Jagodina... Source: http://www.kraljevikonaci.rs

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Tags: zlatibor; srbija; kraljevi; konaci; naselje
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