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Elevation 1,339 m (4,393 ft)[1]
Location in Serbia
Location Eastern Serbia

44°06′41″N 21°41′59″E / 44.11139°N 21.69972°E / 44.11139; 21.69972Coordinates: 44°06′41″N 21°41′59″E / 44.11139°N 21.69972°E / 44.11139; 21.69972

Beljanica (pronounced [bɛʎǎnitsa]) is a mountain in Homolje region in eastern Serbia, near the town of Žagubica. Its highest peak has an elevation of 1,339 meters above sea level.


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