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The pyramid in Hrascina Trgovisce
Croatia
We are in place Hrascina Trgovisce, Croatia. This pyramid was build in 1980., on the place of old wooden pyramid build in 1953. by Hiking Club Hrascina mentored by local teacher Mr. Branko Pipinic.
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