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Zlotske Caves Print E-mail
The Zlot Caves have a permanent guide service. Tours of Lazareva cave last 30-40 minutes and of Vernjikica 3 hours. Visiting hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (from April 1 to October 31), and in winter period by appointment.
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Stopica Cave Print E-mail
The total length of the cave is 1,662 m and the tourist path is 1,615 m long. The cave consists of two caverns - an underground river course channel and a spring cave, connected by the underground flow of the Trnavski Stream. The entrance to the cave lies on a limestone cliff at a height of 711 m.
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Potpecka Cave Print E-mail
The length of the tourist path is 800 meters. Air temperature varies between 9 and 10 degrees Celsius and relative air humidity is 95 %. The entrance is huge and horseshoe-shaped (height 50 meters, width at the base 16 meters and under the roof over 25 meters).
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Resavska Cave Print E-mail
It is the first cave to be prepared for visits in Serbia. The length of the cave totals to 2,850 meters and the tourist paths is 800 m long. The air temperature is 14 0C and the average humidity 75%-80%.
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Risovaca Cave Print E-mail
The total length of the cave's passages is 167.5 meters and with the partly destroyed section of the main passage, 187.5 meters. The total length of the cave is estimated to be 400-500 m. Traces of the Paleolithic man were found in it, as well as the remains of fauna from the Ice Age and the bones of 20 animal species: the cave bear, cave lion, mammoth, leopard, hyena, deer and others.
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Divcibare Print E-mail
The local climate is temperate and the locality abounds in flora and fauns, springs and streams, not to mention a fine landscape and its favourable geographical position. The surrounding mountain peaks and saddles are coverd with snow for three to four months each year. All this makes Divcibare attractive in summer and winter alike and one of the most favourate resorts in Serbia.
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Partizanske Vode Print E-mail
Situated at an altitude of just over 1.000 meters, Partizanske Vode is also a climatic resort, characterised by a cool mountain climate, clean air, long periods of sunshine during the summer and a heavy snow cover in winter. Tourist facilities include modern hotels, holiday centers and cottages, sports grounds and ski-lifts.
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Fruska Gora National Park Print E-mail
The numerous monasteries with their frescoes and libraries situated on picturesque glades on the forest covered mountain represent monuments of exceptional value and beauty. The national park covers an area of 22,460 hectares and the park management office is in Sremski Karlovci.
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Djerdap National Park Print E-mail
The main feature and attraction of the Djerdap National Park's natural beauty is the Djerdap gorge - the famous Iron Gate - the grandiose gateway through the southern slopes of the Carpathian mountains where the longest and biggest river accumulation in Yugoslavia is located.
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Tara National Park Print E-mail
Tara national park consists of a gruop of mountain peaks and areas with deep gorges, the most striking of which is the Drina Gorge. The area is also characterised by karst caves, pits and springs, in addition to many beauty spots.
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Ovcar Mountain Print E-mail
Ovčar mountain is located in Serbia. It has an altitude of 985 metres above sea level. 
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Drina River Valley Print E-mail
The Drina river is the largest karst river in the Dinaric Alps. the river flows between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, forming the border between the two countries.
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Zlatibor Mountain Print E-mail
Mt.Zlatibor is a beautiful mountain located in southwest Serbia rising to an altitude between 700 and 1,500 metres above sea level.The biggest river is the Veliki Rzav that is also heralded as the cleanest river in Serbia and on the mountains southern slopes is the Uvac River that has carved a breathtaking canyon before flowing into the River Drina.
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Kopaonik National Park Print E-mail
The tourist resort on the Kopaonik includes hotels, rest houses, ski lifts, excellent ski slopes and many other tourist facilities. he Kopaonik is well-connected with the main transport routes in Serbia. The central part of Kopaonik with the tourist center and ski slopes is linked with the Ibar Highway by a modern tarmac road.
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