Sokobanja is a spa town and municipality located in the of the . As of 2011, the population of the town is 7,982, while population of the municipality is 16,021.
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Notable Places in the Area

Tourist attraction
, also known as Sokolac, is a medieval city and fortress 2 km east of the spa town of Sokobanja, .

Localities in the Area

is a in the municipality of Sokobanja, . is situated 3½ km northwest of Sokobanja.

is a in the municipality of Sokobanja, . is situated 4½ km west of Sokobanja.

is a in the municipality of Sokobanja, . is situated 6 km northeast of Sokobanja.


43.6441° or 43° 38' 38.6" north
21.8731° or 21° 52' 23.1" east
Open Location Code
310 metres (1,017 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1918674245
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Armenian: Սոկոբանյա
  • Bulgarian: Соко баня
  • Bulgarian: Сокол баня
  • Cebuano: Opština Sokobanja
  • Chinese: 索科矿泉村
  • Chinese: 索科礦泉村
  • Croatian: Sokobanja
  • Czech: Sokobanja
  • Dutch: Sokobanja
  • Esperanto: Sokobanja
  • Finnish: Sokobanja
  • French: Sokobanja
  • German: Sokobanja
  • Greek: Σόκομπανια
  • Hungarian: Sokobanja
  • Italian: Sokobanja
  • Japanese: ソコバニャ
  • Japanese: ソコ・バニャ
  • Malay (generic): Sokobanja
  • Persian: سوکوبانگا
  • Polish: Sokobanja
  • Portuguese: Sokobanja
  • Russian: Соко-Баня
  • Russian: Сокобаня
  • Serbian: Soko Banja
  • Serbian: Sokobanja
  • Serbian: Сокобања
  • Serbo-Croatian: Sokobanja
  • Slovenian: Sokobanja
  • Spanish: Sokobanja
  • Swedish: Sokobanja
  • Tatar: Сокобанә
  • Turkish: Sokobanja
  • Western Panjabi: سوکوبانیا
  • Banja Aleksinacka

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