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Ivanjica - Braduljica - The PD Golija's Mountain Refuge (inside)

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The building in Braduljica was once exclusively used by the members of the local fishing association. However, it was almost entirely abandoned and left to decay. The members of "Golija" hikers' association cleaned it, and redecorated it so now it serves as a resting point for hikers. The interior of the refuge consists of a large dining room with a small kitchen, bathroom, and several bedrooms.

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