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Zvornik - View from Serbia
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Looking around from the parking of "Ravnaja" company it can be seen the town of Zvornik on the other side of Drina River and the pedestrian bridge linking Zvornik and Mali Zvornik and Serbia and Bosnia And Herzegovina.

To the North, the road leads to Loznica continue to Sabac, Belgrade and Novi Sad. On the right side of the road in the rocks is the underground shelter that is Alexander I Karadjordjevic built from 1932 to 1934. The shelter consists of corridors and rooms of the total length of over 1 km.

To the south the road leads to the center of Mali Zvornik, Hydro Power Plant "Zvornik", Zvornik Lake continues to Ljubovija and Bajina Basta.

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Загружена: 21/11/2010
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