Ivanjica - At the Traffic Light
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Ivanjica - At the Traffic Light

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'Kod semafora' ('At the Traffic Light') is located at the northern edge of the town. It is the point where town surroundings are replaced by the industrial zone and the suburbs.

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A: Ivanjica - Crossroads at the Edge of the Town

by Marko Randjic, 20 meters away

This part of the town was called 'Donja Mala' (shortened from 'Donja Mahala', 'Lower Quarter' in Engl...

Ivanjica - Crossroads at the Edge of the Town

B: Ivanjica - At the Market

by Marko Randjic, 90 meters away

One can buy a wide variety of agricultural goods at Ivanjica's market. The best offer is on Fridays, ...

Ivanjica - At the Market

C: Ivanjica - 'Suspension Bridge' on a Hot Summer Day

by Marko Randjic, 90 meters away

This bridge isn't actually a suspension bridge, but it used to be in the previous century. Neverthele...

Ivanjica - 'Suspension Bridge' on a Hot Summer Day

D: Ivanjica - Ljubodrag Martinovic's Garden

by Marko Randjic, 110 meters away

The garden of Ljubodrag Martinovic, a fisherman, naturalist and philantropist.

Ivanjica - Ljubodrag Martinovic's Garden

E: Ivanjica - Under the Quince Tree at Ljubodrag Martinovic's Garden

by Marko Randjic, 120 meters away

The garden of Ljubodrag Martinović, a fisherman, naturalist and philantropist.

Ivanjica - Under the Quince Tree at Ljubodrag Martinovic's Garden

F: Ivanjica - At the Skyscraper

by Marko Randjic, 140 meters away

Although it is not as tall as many of its counterparts, it still is the tallest building in Ivanjica ...

Ivanjica - At the Skyscraper

G: Ivanjica - Kej Brace Damjanovic

by Marko Randjic, 140 meters away

Kej Braće Damjanović ('Quay of Damjanovic Brothers') connects the 'Hanging Bridge' and Cvetka Zečević...

Ivanjica - Kej Brace Damjanovic

H: Ivanjica - Junction between Njegoseva St. and Mica Matovica St.

by Marko Randjic, 160 meters away

This junction is located at the centre of the town. Mica Matovica Street is a major traffic route thr...

Ivanjica - Junction between Njegoseva St. and Mica Matovica St.

I: Ivanjica - Njegoseva Street on the Brink of Spring

by Marko Randjic, 160 meters away

Njegoševa Street with spring just around the corner.

Ivanjica - Njegoseva Street on the Brink of Spring

J: Ivanjica - Junction between Njegoseva and Mica Matovica Street on a Summer Day

by Marko Randjic, 170 meters away

A typical day at the junction...

Ivanjica - Junction between Njegoseva and Mica Matovica Street on a Summer Day

This panorama was taken in Serbia, Europe

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