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Ivanjica - Memorial Park
Serbia

The memorial park in Ivanjica is situated at the very entrance to Ivanjica's park. A memorial with the large mosaic dominates the scene. It commemorates all the victims from former Yugoslavia who perished in the struggle against the invaders in the World War II. To the northeast there is a smaller memorial. It commemorates the fallen soldiers in recent wars (1991-1999.) The memorial park is the area surrounded by pines, and fir trees and therefore represents a pleasant place for rest during the spring, autumn and summer heat. It is also one of favorite places for children to play

Copyright: Marko Randjic
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Uploadet: 08/05/2012
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