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Pozarevac peace agreement
Serbia

In the Imperial tent Požarevac Peace, ulbi to open a permanent exhibition posvka. The author of this project is Miroljub Manojlovic, a exhibition by Snezana Pesic. On this occasion, signed the protocol on cooperation and Pozarevac Sremskih Karlovac.


The Foundation of Peace Požarevački Tulba stood open exhibition, 27.04.2012.

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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