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City of Nish (Grad Niš)
Serbia

Niš is a city in southern Serbia on the Nišava River. Niš is the largest city in southern Serbia and the third-largest city in the country. Niš is the administrative center of the Nišava District of Serbia. Sokobanja is 60km far from Niš, and Belgrade is 250km far from Niš.

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Tags: nis; nish; naisus; srbija; serbia; city; center; square
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