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Derventa - Town Hall
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Шеталиште у Дервенти поред фонтане са погледом на зграду општине, цркву Св. Јураја Мученика, башту кафића Тријумф, основну школу Никола Тесла и џамију...

Сликано 7.7.2012 уз помоћ Иљић Зорана

Copyright: Aleksandar Markelic
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Uploaded: 09/07/2012
Updated: 25/08/2012
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