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Bârzava (Timiș) - Wikipedia

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The Bârzava is a river in Romania and Serbia. The Bârzava is 166 km long, has a drainage area of 1,190 km² and flows into the river ...

Romania & Serbia: Following the Danube - JKB's Bike Ride

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Apr 26, 2015 ... The road from Timisoara back into Serbia was horrible. I'd decided to ... and a couple of hours later we'd set up camp in idyllic spot by the river.

Camping Serbia

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All the information on the subject of Camping Serbia. Here, you will find the latest camping ratings, new pictures and campsite visitors from the region Serbia.

Rivers - Serbia Visit - Stema Guide - Visit Serbia!

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On more 90% of the Serbian territories there are rivers Danube. ... The Timiş or Tamiš (Romanian: Timiş; Serbian: Тамиш; German: Temesch; Hungarian: ...

Romania travel guide - Wikitravel

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Timişoara — the largest town in the Banat region, it is one of the most ... located near the east bank of the river Jiu in central Oltenia at approximately equal ... Montenegro and Serbia need a biometric passport to enjoy visa-free travel,.

Commune culture houses might host refugees in western Romania ...

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Sep 21, 2015 ... ... in Romania's western county of Timis were turned into camping areas in an ... new tent camp prepared during a drill at the Serbian-Romanian border, ... The Moravita River flows within 150 metres from the simulation area.

History of Timisoara | Primaria Timisoara | City Presentation ...

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Utils information of Timisoara City Hall and Timisoara town. ... is today, or in its immediate proximity there was a military camp named ZAMBARA. ... and not by mere accident, being located at the confluence of the rivers Timis and Beghei. .... of 1718 acknowledged the loss of Banat, Oltenia and a part of Serbia by the Turks.

CRISANA and BANAT – western Romania, Travel and Tourism ...

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Just north of Timisoara on the Mures River banks lies the city of Arad, tracing its ... Biking, Camping, Caving, Fishing, Hiking, Nature walks, Skiing, Wildlife and bird .... Crisana and Banat regions from Hungary and Serbia into Romania include:

Hiking in Tara National Park - Serbia Forum - TripAdvisor

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Jul 29, 2015 ... I am a solo female traveller coming to Serbia in August 2015. ... I have read I can get a bus from uzice to banja and that there is camping nearby. ... Zaovine on the plateau itself and Perućac beneath, on the Drina river. .... Going Timisoara to Belgrade Nov 20, 2016; Tuzla BiH Nov 19, 2016; Belgrade nightlife ...

Info Centrul Turistic Timisoara | Surroundings

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Română (România) English (United Kingdom) Serbian ... In places, the river bed narrows from 4 km to only 200 meters, shadowed by limestone walls 250 ...

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Serbia - Hitch-hiking & Budget travel - HHH - Hitch-Hikers Handbook

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Hitch-Hikers Handbooks guide to Serbia: Serbia hitch-hikers essentials, ... Organised camp-sites are rare, but wild camping is doable, as long as you stay off ... Sea and large river basins, which also effect the micro-climate of certain areas. .... the north of Romania; it connects to the Romanian city of Timisoara and beyond.

Campsite Perucac, Bajina Basta, Serbia

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Camping Perucac, Bajina Basta, Serbia, beautiful camping ground near National Park Tara and Perucac Lake. Excellent camping experience near river Drina.

Lugoj | Romania | Britannica.com

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Jun 6, 2013 ... The town grew up on the site of a Roman fortified camp, which in ... Bridge spanning the Timiș River at Lugoj, Romania. ... to enter the Danube River at Pančevo, east of Belgrade, Serbia, after a course of 211 miles (340 km).