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Church Sv Nikole Putnika Split Croatia
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Church of Sv. Nikole Putnika located on Marjan hill in Split Croatia. From here you can see the snow on top of the mountains in the backgorund since this pano ws taken in december :)

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Uploaded: 21/12/2011
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