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Park - Bele Vode
Serbia

The Park and playground "Bele Vode" is the second largest city park in Serbian Capital Belgrade. Total area of this park is 7,7 hectare and there are four playground for children, tables for chess and skittle ground for senior citizens, fenced area for pets, fitness etc. The Park is completly reconstructed in 2012.

Copyright: Sasa Dragojevic
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Uploaded: 01/05/2012
Updated: 04/09/2014
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