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Crveni krovovi na Avali.

Secanje na posetu planini sa lepim pogledom na selo i crvene krovove kuca na padinama Avale.
Avala je niska planina, 16,5 km kod Beograda. Predstavlja severni kraj sumadijske grede, koja se od Rudnika provlači kroz nisku Sumadiju i predstavlja razvođe izmedju slivova Save i Dunava. Visoka je 511 m i uzdize se oko 200 m iznad okolnog talasastog terena. Mineral avalit dobio je ime po Avali na kojoj je pronadjen.
Srpski knez Milos je 1859. godine doneo odluku da se Avala zagradi i zastiti, a 1936. godine je proglasena nacionalnim parkom.
Na zasticenom podrucju ima oko 600 biljnih vrsta. Ima lekovitih biljnih vrsta, a neke biljke predstavljaju prirodne retkosti, kao sto su zanovet, zlatan i zelenika. Avala je dobro posumljena samoniklim drvecem, a jednim delom je pod zasadjenom borovom sumom.




Red roofs of Avala.

Memories of a visit to the mountain with a beautiful view of the village and the red roofs of houses on the slopes of Avala.
Avala is a low mountain, at 16.5 km Belgrade. The northern end sumadijske beam, which is passed through from the mine and a low Sumadiju represents watershed between river Sava and the Danube. High is 511 m and rises about 200 m above the surrounding undulating terrain. Mineral avalit was named after Avala, where he was found.
Serbian Prince Milos in 1859 ruled that the Avala brackets and protection, and in 1936 was declared a national park.
In the protected area there are about 600 plant species. There medicinal plant species, and some plants are natural rarities, such as zanovet, zlatana and zelenika. Avala is well forested wild trees, and partly under planted with pine trees.

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