Mlava

The Mlava (Serbian Cyrillic: Млава) is the river in Serbia, 158 km long right tributary of the Danube. == Origin == Mlava originates as the Tisnica, from the Kučaj mountains in eastern Serbia, under the Veliki Krš peak. It flows to the north and curves around the eastern slopes of the mountain Beljanica, through an almost uninhabited area. ...
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Mlava

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