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Tresnja Lake
Serbia
Podavalsko jezero Trešnja je pravi dragulj medju beogradskim jezerima. Ovo veštačko jezero okruženo šumom nalazi se na samoj granici opština Voždovac i Sopot. Jezero je udaljeno tridesetak kilometara od centra Beograda i do njega se stiže avalskim, odnosno starim kragujevačkim putem. Jednim delom uz put i na travnatoj površini postoje klupe i drveni stolovi pa ovo izletište pomalo liči na Topčider i Košutnjak. Često se mogu videti izletnici koji spremaju roštilj, biciklisti ili ljudi jednostavno željni svežeg vazduha.
Copyright: Dušan duvnjak
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Uploaded: 24/07/2012
Actualizat: 15/10/2014
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