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Lisine - Veliki Buk
Serbia

Lisine or Veliki Buk watefall has height of 25 meters. Waterfall is located on the Resava River in the east Serbia. It is carved in the karst area, where the sinking river of the Resava springs again from the ground in the canyon-type valley of Sklop. It is 10km from Despotovac, 140 from Sokobanja and 145km from Belgrade.

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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