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Troglav (Serbia)

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Troglav (Serbia)

Elevation 1,178 m (3,865 ft)[1]

43°38′26″N 20°29′11″E / 43.64056°N 20.48639°E / 43.64056; 20.48639Coordinates: 43°38′26″N 20°29′11″E / 43.64056°N 20.48639°E / 43.64056; 20.48639

Troglav[1] (Serbian Cyrillic: Троглав) is a mountain in central Serbia, near the city of Kraljevo. Its highest peak Kom has an altitude of 1178 meters above sea level.


External links

  • Čemerno i Troglav, novembar 2005. PD "Pobeda" (Serbian)

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