Ivanjica - Farm in Darijevica Reka
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Ivanjica - Farm in Darijevica Reka

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Darijevića Reka (Darijevic's River) is a small village at the foot of Malič hill that towers above it. It was named after the Darijevic family that resides here. This farm belongs to the Orestijević family.

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