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At only 16 km from Belgrade is Belgrade's favorite resort - Avala. Avala belongs to a group of low mountains, is 511 m high, in 1936 was declared a national park, and the Belgrade City Council declared it a protected natural good in late 2007.


On its territory there are about 600 plant species, some of which are natural rarity: laburnum (zanovet), holly (zelenika) and gold (zlatan). Located on Avala is the tower of the same name, which at the time of its construction in 1965, was the largest building in the former Yugoslavia and the only tower in the world, which had isosceles triangle as its base.


Avala Tower was one of the trademarks of Belgrade, which was destroyed during the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999. Its restoration took three years. The tower, which now rises above Belgrade, opened in 2010, is 205 m high, has two elevators, a restaurant located at 119 meters and a lookout located at 122 meters.

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