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Pearls of the Pčinja Valley: Rural tourism attractions of this area
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aCollage of applied professional studies, Vranje
bMapro, Vranje
cSchool 'Radoje Domanovic', Vranje
Ključne reči: tourism; mountains; valleys; fauna; flora; monastery vacations; river basin
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River Valley Pčinja, with its source part and tributaries that make up the Aegean Sea with its configuration, where the gorge turns between nearby mountains and flat areas, meadows, gardens and of our arable land, remains of old mills, houses and villages, which, still do not leave the inhabitants of this region, contains tourist potential. This valley is adorned with rich flora and fauna where one can see examples of the unique flora and fauna, with its diversity and natural material in the form of a 'devil's stone' Witness antiquities and places of worship as well as a special value of the Monastery of St. Prohor of Pcinja. The pleasant climate and in some areas of the river gurgling disrupts primordial peace and makes the holiday for eyes, soul of every lover of nature.
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Trajković, S., Trajković, P., Ivanković, M. (2013) Insufficiently utilized natural tourist resources of Southern Serbia. Journal of Process Management. New Technologies, vol. 1, br. 3, str. 68-81
 

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jezik rada: srpski
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DOI: 10.5937/JPMNT1304082T
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 18.08.2017.

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