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VRNJACKA BANJA {series)
When God donates to one place so many beauty, it's then predetermined for preserving man's health.

Vrnjacka Banja (Vrnjacka Spa) is situated in the central Serbia, at the height of 230 m above sea level.



Thanks to springs of warm and cold mineral waters, and modern medical services Vrnjacka Banja successfuly cures diseases of digestive organs, diabetes, kidney and urinary vessels, cardiovascular diseases...

The tourism development of Vrnjacka Banja had started as far back as in 1868. This is an area where the Middle Ages encounter the modern times at every step. There are the most significant monuments of the Serbian medieval culture, especially monasteries with impressive fresco paintings. UNESCO protects some of them as world cultural heritage, such as monastery complexes - Studenica and Sopocani (12 c.). Other significant monasteries in the near vicinity of the Spa are: Ljubostinja, Zica, Ras, Djurdevi Stupovi and others.

Curative mineral water springs, natural beauty of this region full of green parks, walking and bicycle paths, as well as those suitable for mountain climbing, are only a part of rich and diversified tourist offer.

Throughout the year and especially during the summer holiday season, Vrnjacka Banja offers to its visitor's exceptionally rich and diverse cultural and entertainment programmes.

A special attention is paid to the facilities for guests' recreation, as well as for fitness training of both amateur athletes and top professional teams. There are fields for soccer, handball, volleyball and trim paths through the pine forest. In the near vicinity is the Goc Mt. with ski tracks and ski lifts.

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Jun 15 2007 07:37 GMT cica
tako umirujuce...
Jun 15 2007 11:15 GMT danisto
Mekano i leprsavo

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