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Fist of Spirit, Wing Chun Kung Fu Club, Novi Sad, Serbia, Europe

The best Wing Chun Kung Fu Club in Serbia,...

Si Fu Arsenije Jelovac +381 64 2953 766

Instructor Radoslav Curcic +381 63 1179 806

mail: fistofspirit@gmail.com

adress: Kraljevica Marka 2a

21000 Novi Sad, Serbia, Europe

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