Except for the local bus station, Lazarevac is a lovely provincial town. It owes its image and its status of a Belgrade municipality to the potentials of the mining basin “Kolubara” which provides 70 per cent of the total needs for coil in Serbian thermo-electric power plants. After the rise of Serb nationalism, the Serbian […]
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