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Ivanjica - Junction between Vukadina Stojanovica and Milana Mihajlovica Streets

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The Centre for Social work, and several other government agencies are situtated in the building to the NE.

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A: Ivanjica - Approaching the Hotel Park

by Marko Randjic, 100 meters away

The main entrance to the Hotel Park is decorated with flowerpots and offers a pleasurable experience....

Ivanjica - Approaching the Hotel Park

B: Ivanjica - Milana Mihailovica Street

by Marko Randjic, 110 meters away

This street, with its tastefully decorated flower gardens is arguably one of the most beautiful stree...

Ivanjica - Milana Mihailovica Street

C: Ivanjica - At the Police Station

by Marko Randjic, 120 meters away

The current police station building replaced the old (wooden) one in the late 1990s.

Ivanjica - At the Police Station

D: Ivanjica - Park Behind the Hotel

by Marko Randjic, 130 meters away

The park behind the "Hotel Park"

Ivanjica - Park Behind the Hotel

E: Ivanjica - Cerebral Palsy Association

by Marko Randjic, 150 meters away

The Cerebral Palsy Association was founded in 2002. and it has been active in aiding the persons with...

Ivanjica - Cerebral Palsy Association

F: Ivanjica - Hotel Park Terrace

by Marko Randjic, 160 meters away

The terrace of the Hotel 'Park'

Ivanjica - Hotel Park Terrace

G: Ivanjica - Entrance to an Apartment Building

by Marko Randjic, 160 meters away

An entrance to an apartment building

Ivanjica - Entrance to an Apartment Building

H: Ivanjica - Passage behind Ivanjicanka

by Marko Randjic, 160 meters away

Ivanjičanka ('The Woman from Ivanjica') is an apartment building with the red brick facade situated i...

Ivanjica - Passage behind Ivanjicanka

I: Ivanjica - Lawn behind the Hotel Park on a Clear and Snowy Day

by Marko Randjic, 160 meters away

The lawn behind the Hotel park in Ivanjica is a good place for rest and recreation.

Ivanjica - Lawn behind the Hotel Park on a Clear and Snowy Day

J: Ivanjica - Political Parties' Headquarters

by Marko Randjic, 160 meters away

Most of the currently active political parties have their local headquarters in this building. There ...

Ivanjica - Political Parties' Headquarters

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