Maljen

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Maljen
View from the Crni Vrh.jpg
View from Crni Vrh
Highest point
Elevation 1,104 m (3,622 ft)
Coordinates 44°07′01″N 20°01′38″E / 44.11694°N 20.02722°E / 44.11694; 20.02722Coordinates: 44°07′01″N 20°01′38″E / 44.11694°N 20.02722°E / 44.11694; 20.02722
Geography
Maljen is located in Serbia
Maljen
Maljen
Location in Serbia
Location Western Serbia

Maljen (pronounced [mâʎɛn]) is a mountain in western Serbia, just south of the city of Valjevo. It is well known as a summer and winter resort. The highest peak is Kraljev Sto, at 1,104 m above sea level, followed by Crni Vrh at 1,096 m. On Maljen is situated resort Divčibare with 3 hotels, 24 holiday camps, two mountain lodges and two ski trails. During summer the slopes of the mountain are covered with flower meadows with white daffodils.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ NATURE OF SERBIA - Holiday on the move. Belgrade: National Tourism Organisation of Serbia. 2013. p. 52. ISBN 978-86-6005-295-9.