Tilva Njagra

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Tilva Njagra
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Tilva Njagra
Location in Serbia
Highest point
Elevation 770 m (2,530 ft) [1]
Coordinates 44°04′25″N21°59′48″E / 44.07361°N 21.99667°E / 44.07361; 21.99667 Coordinates: 44°04′25″N21°59′48″E / 44.07361°N 21.99667°E / 44.07361; 21.99667
Geography
LocationEastern Serbia
Parent range Serbian Carpathians

Tilva Njagra (Serbian Cyrillic: Тилва Њагра) is a mountain in eastern Serbia, near the town of Zlot. Its highest peak has an elevation of 770 meters above sea level.

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