Ždrelo banja - spa centar
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Ždrelo banja - spa centar

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Banja Ždrelo is locality with thermal waters. Location of this place is near Petrovac na Mlavi, town in Braničevo district in Serbia. Ždrelo is small spa center with diferent hot waters, massage, sauna, restaurant and other goodies. For more about spas in Serbia visit Sokobanja spa site.

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