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FK Zlatibor Čajetina is a professional football club based in Čajetina, Serbia. They currently compete in the Serbian First League, the second level of the national league system.
Vršac is a city located in the South Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. As of 2011, the city urban area has a population of 35,701, while the city administrative area has 52,026 inhabitants.
Vratsa Province is a Bulgarian province located in the northwestern part of the country, between Danube river in the north and Stara Planina mountain in the south. It is named after its main town - Vratsa.
Vračar is a municipality of the city of Belgrade. According to the 2011 census results, the municipality has a population of 56,333 inhabitants.
Vrsar is a small town and a municipality in Istria, Croatia located 9 kilometers south of Poreč.
Vršac Airport (ICAO: LYVR) is a small airport and training facility owned and operated by the SMATSA Aviation Academy. The airport is located in Vršac, Serbia.Also soon it would become an international airport There are five hangars built at the airport which accommodate aircraft of the flight school and of the agricultural aviation division.
Vršac Castle formerly known as "Vršac Tower" (Serbian: Вршачка кула, Vršačka kula) is a medieval fortress near Vršac, Vojvodina, Serbia. Only Donjon tower remained from the entire complex, but in 2009 reconstruction started, to recreate the entire Vršac Castle.
Vršački Ritovi is a village located in Serbia at 45° 9' 38" North, 21° 10' 19" East. It is situated in the Vršac municipality, in Banat region (South Banat District), Vojvodina province.
The Vršac Mountains , also known as Vršac Hill (Serbian: Вршачки брег / Vršački breg, Romanian: Dealurile Vârșețului), are located in the Banat region near the city of Vršac, Serbia and partially also in Romania. They represent an independent and distinct massif, 19 kilometers long and spreading on an area of 170 square kilometers, of which 122 belong to Serbia and 48 to Romania.