Rudnik (Serbian Cyrillic: Рудник, pronounced [rûːdniːk]) is a mountain in central Serbia, near the town of Gornji Milanovac. Its highest peak Cvijićev vrh, named after geologist and biologist Jovan Cvijić, has an elevation of 1,132 meters above sea level. It has several other peaks over 1000 m: Srednji Šturac, Mali Šturac, Molitve, Paljevine and Marijanac. The name translates literally to mine, as the mountain is rich in mining resources.
There's a trail leading to the summit. Cvijićev vrh is one of the 1 peaks along the Планинарска кућа "Ратко Курузовић" - Велики Штурац.
By prominence Cvijićev vrh is
# 10 out of 6039 in Central Serbia # 10 out of 6337 in Serbia # 1 out of 378 in Moravica Administrative District # 51 out of 28196 in the Dinaric Alps
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