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Od sv. Florijana do sv. Device Marije
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Od sv. Floriana do sv Device Marije v Vojniku vodi križev pot.

Ta je bil obnovljen v letu 2010.

S poti je razgled na sam Vojnik in hribovje v ozadju.

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Uploaded: 02/10/2010
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