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This Photo From Serbia Was Declared The Most Beatiful In The World!

Cedomir Zarkovic photo, showing the basins of Stopića Cave in Zlatibor, was named the world’s most beautiful free photo of protected natural resources for the year 2016 at the international photo competition of Wikimedia titled “Wiki likes Earth,” announced by Wikimedia Serbia.

Nine members of the international jury chose the best 270 photographs which won the competition in 26 countries and in the UNESCO project “UNESCO Biosphere reserves”.

The photo by Cedomir Zarkovic was selected as the most beautiful view of the protected natural resource elaborating further that, in addition to the attraction and dynamism, it has an outstanding encyclopedic value.

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         Photo by  Cedomir Zarkovic

Stopica cave is located on the right side of the gorge Pristavica, in close proximity to  the village Rožanstvo, a 2,000-meter long vault with as many as 50 meters in height. The cave decorations in it are of unique beauty, and a real sight for our sore eyes  is the tufa “where” alcoves lined with stone walls where water accumulates, which is poured out in the form of unique cascade. At the entrance to the cave is a small river waterfall abyss that collapses upon Stopića cave and vanishes into its gaping depths.

          Photo by Vladimir Mijailovic

In addition to the top spot,  the photo, which won the competition in Serbia – Canyon Race, won by Vladimir Mijailovic was the 15th in the list of the world’s most beautiful photos under a free license at the international photo competition Wikimedia.

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