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Siljak na Rtnju.

Rtanj je planina koja se nalazi u istocnoj Srbiji, oko 200 km jugoistocno od Beograda, nadomak Boljevca. Pripada Karpatskim planinama, a najvisi vrh Siljak (1565 m) predstavlja prirodni fenomen kraskog reljefa. Specifican raspored stena kraskog reljefa nije uticao samo na biljni pokrivac, na vode i izvore Rtnja, vec i na njegov oblik. Pa ako pogledamo na Rtanja sa severa ili juga, on nam se ukazuje kao dugacak greben u obliku trapeza, dok je dole širok i masivan, gore se suzava u uzani ivicasti zid.
Rtanj spada u karpatsko-balkanske planine, naglo se dize iz ravnice i zavrsava skoro pravilnom kupom, pa mnogi veruju da je i Rtanj piramida. Rtanj je u podnožju uglavnom sastavljen od pescara i stena, a u visim delovima od krecnjaka. Sa juzne strane padovi su blagi i prema podnozju se prostire visoravan koja se lagano spusta ka Soko Banji. Na severnoj strani Rtanj je izrazito odsecen sa ostrim grebenom pri vrhu. Na istocnom kraju grebena, uzdize se glavni vrh Siljak. Severna strana planine prekrivena je sumama i pasnjacima, obrasla autohtonim biljnim vrstama i obiluje izvorima pitke vode. U Ovom delu se nalazi i loviste koje se prostire na 6368 ha. Najcesca lovna divljac su srne i divlje svinje.



Siljak on Rtanj.

Rtanj is a mountain located in eastern Serbia, about 200 km southeast of Belgrade, near Boljevac. It belongs to the Carpathian Mountains, and the highest peak Siljak (1565 m) is a natural phenomenon of karst relief. The specific arrangement of the karst relief rocks not only affected the plant cover, the waters and springs of Rtanj, but also its shape. So if we look at Rtanja from the north or the south, it appears to us as a long ridge in the shape of a trapeze, while below it is wide and massive, narrowing down into a narrow, curvaceous wall.
Rtanj belongs to the Carpathian-Balkan mountains, rises abruptly from the plains and ends in a nearly regular heap, so many believe that Rtanj is a pyramid as well. The rtanj is composed mainly of pedestrians and rocks at the base, and in the higher parts of limestone. To the south, the slopes are gentle and towards the foothills there is a plateau that slopes slightly towards Soko Banja. On the north side Rtanj is markedly cut with a sharp ridge near the top. At the eastern end of the ridge, the main peak Šiljak rises. The northern side of the mountain is covered with forests and pastures, overgrown with native plant species and abundant in drinking water sources. There is also a hunting area in this part, which covers an area of ​​6368 ha. The most common game hunting are roe deer and wild boar.

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