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Ivanjica - Crossroads at the Edge of the Town
Serbia
This part of the town was called 'Donja Mala' (shortened from 'Donja Mahala', 'Lower Quarter' in English). This is where the downtown ends and suburbs begin.
Copyright: Marko randjic
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Chargée: 10/09/2013
Mis à jour: 19/09/2013
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Tags: crossroads; town edge; ivanjica; srbija; serbia
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