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'''Hotel Zlatibor''' Hotel Zlatibor is one of the landmarks of the city, named after the nearby mountains Zlatibor. The brutalist building was designed by the modernist architect Svetlana Kana Radević and constructed in the city center. Construction took place in the late 70s and 80s; officially was opened on 24. September 1981.
 
  
 
'''The Old Town''' (Fortress and Ruins) lie on a rocky cliff that separates the river bed of the Djetinja from where it flows out of the gorge into the valley. The fortification was built on a high cliff, and it is difficult to access because the Djetinja River surrounds it on all three sides. It can be accessed by bus or by foot, also known as Stari Grad.
 
'''The Old Town''' (Fortress and Ruins) lie on a rocky cliff that separates the river bed of the Djetinja from where it flows out of the gorge into the valley. The fortification was built on a high cliff, and it is difficult to access because the Djetinja River surrounds it on all three sides. It can be accessed by bus or by foot, also known as Stari Grad.

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