Lepterija is the most visited resort in Soko Banja, 2 km from the center. The most attractive route to the picnic is the path leading from the beach along the river Moravice Prefect. If you go to LEPTERIJA asphalt road, after riding approximately 500 feet, coming to the lookout point offering a beautiful view of the Lepteriju declared as exceptional landscape qualities, and is protected by law. There is also a restaurant "Lookout". If you extend the right, 1.5 miles from the restaurant, you get to a LEPTERIJA some 100 m before the excursion to the right is the church dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin. The church was built 2,001th Whatever. in place of the medieval church from the 14th century, which was destroyed in the battle for Sokograd between Muse and Sultan Bey Hamuz year 1413.
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