Fabijani Park - Stanjel - Slovenia
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Fabijani Park - Stanjel - Slovenia

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Wonderful Fabiani Park, is located in city Komen near Sezana. Sezana is only 5 kilometers from Italian border.

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Nearby images in Slovenia


A: Nanos

by Zoran Vidrih, 12.0 km away

On the route with bicycle from Vipava to Nanos.


B: Repentabor - abside

by Štefan Grgič, 12.0 km away

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C: Repentabor - under bell tower

by Štefan Grgič, 12.0 km away

Repentabor - under bell tower

D: Nanos

by Zoran Vidrih, 14.5 km away

On the route with bicycle from Vipava to Nanos.


E: Caserma Borgo Grotta Gigante

by Matteo Leoni, 14.6 km away

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F: Ristorante Savron

by Štefan Grgič, 15.2 km away

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G: Gallery Milko Bambič

by Štefan Grgič, 15.5 km away

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H: church Opicina - altare

by Štefan Grgič, 15.5 km away

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I: church Opicina - organ

by Štefan Grgič, 15.5 km away

church Opicina - organ

J: Barcola, Miramare, Trieste

by Atila Bezdan, 16.7 km away

Barcola, Miramare, Trieste

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