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Bank of River Sava
Serbia
Just out side of New Belgrade hectic urban environment up the bank of river Sava you can find this peaceful residential community. This is one of the best living communities in and around Belgrade and a great place to go to and escape every day life
Copyright: Boris mrdja
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Resolution: 9990x4995
Uploaded: 11/04/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: belgrade; beograd; serbia; srbija; reka; sava; river; boats; marina; ponton; pillar; houses; shipyard; 2012; jetty; ancored; ancore; clouds; cumulus; storm; stormy; nimbus
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