Ivanjica - At the Bridge of Love
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Ivanjica - At the Bridge of Love

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This small bridge has existed in Ivanjica's park for decades. Only recently it was named: 'The Bridge of Love', The couples in love bring padlocks and leave them on the bridge hoping that their love will last longer.

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A: Ivanjica - Swings and Seesaws in the Park

by Marko Randjic, 20 meters away

Among the swings and seesaws in the Ivanjica's park.

Ivanjica - Swings and Seesaws in the Park

B: Ivanjica - Dried-Up Stream

by Marko Randjic, 30 meters away

One of the streams that run through the park and flow into the river Moravica got dried-up in the sum...

Ivanjica - Dried-Up Stream

C: Ivanjica - Large Linden Tree in the Park

by Marko Randjic, 30 meters away

A large linden tree in Ivanjica's park.

Ivanjica - Large Linden Tree in the Park

D: Ivanjica - Centre of the Park on a Clear and Snowy Day

by Marko Randjic, 30 meters away

The Centre of Ivanjica's park on a clear and sunny day.

Ivanjica - Centre of the Park on a Clear and Snowy Day

E: Ivanjica - At the Edge of Dried-Up Moravica

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

The Moravica river never used to be so dry as in the August of 2013.

Ivanjica - At the Edge of Dried-Up Moravica

F: Ivanjica - Sliding Board in the Park (south)

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

The sliding board in Ivanjica's park. A sand pool once stood here, instead of gravel.

Ivanjica - Sliding Board in the Park (south)

G: Ivanjica - At the Basketball Court in the Park on a Cloudy and Snowy Day

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

The basketball court in Ivanjica's park on a cloudy and snowy day.

Ivanjica - At the Basketball Court in the Park on a Cloudy and Snowy Day

H: Ivanjica - Park on a Sunny Winter Day

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

Park in Ivanjica covered with a thin layer of snow

Ivanjica - Park on a Sunny Winter Day

I: Ivanjica - Basketball Court in the Park

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

The basketball court in Ivanjica's park during summer months.

Ivanjica - Basketball Court in the Park

J: Ivanjica - Basketball Court on a Winter Evening

by Marko Randjic, 50 meters away

The basketball court in the park on a winter evening

Ivanjica - Basketball Court on a Winter Evening

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