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Ivanjica - Golija Rest Home - Courtyard
Serbia
The Golija Rest Home was primarily intended to serve as a rest home for war veterans who were injured in combat. However, since the '90s its role changed and today it hosts a wide variety of guests, including athletes on preparations, and schoolchildren on school trips. The Golija Rest Home consists of a restaurant, rooms, and other facilities.
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