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Church of St.John the Baptist in Ljutomer
Slovenia

Panorama from the courtyard of the church of St. John the Baptist in Ljutomer, Slovenia. Ljutomer is well known because of the horse racing and the first Slovenian camp (political movement, involving mass meetings of people outside, 1868). Ljutomer is the main town in the region Prlekija.

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Uploaded: 18/12/2012
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