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Access to the river Sava in Samac
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Access to the river and part of the old quay, walkway and the road to the beach. During high water this place is under water. Water and time are changing the look of this place, this is a view in the summer 2012.

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Uploaded: 30/06/2012
Updated: 08/07/2012
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