Ivanjica - Meadow with Three Trees
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Ivanjica - Meadow with Three Trees

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These trees are located in the meadow on the road to Vidin Krš

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A: Ivanjica - Road to Vidin Krs

by Marko Randjic, 100 meters away

The road winds up to Vidin Krs, a rocky peak overlooking Ivanjica where a GSM relay is situated. This...

Ivanjica - Road to Vidin Krs

B: Ivanjica - Small Quarry on the Road to Vidin Krs

by Marko Randjic, 150 meters away

This small stone quarry is located right beside the road to Vidin Krš.

Ivanjica - Small Quarry on the Road to Vidin Krs

C: Ivanjica - Dragica Parezanovic Street

by Marko Randjic, 200 meters away

The street was named after a young partisan girl, a hero of WWII.

Ivanjica - Dragica Parezanovic Street

D: Ivanjica - Randjic Family House and Backyard in Bedina Varos

by Marko Randjic, 210 meters away

Randjic family house used for beekeeping. There are also two workshops and storage space.

Ivanjica - Randjic Family House and Backyard in Bedina Varos

E: Ivanjica - Cross above Vidin Krs

by Marko Randjic, 250 meters away

This cross is one of the two crosses erected on hills surrounding Ivanjica. It was the first to be er...

Ivanjica - Cross above Vidin Krs

F: Ivanjica - Nade Popovic Street in Summer

by Marko Randjic, 250 meters away

This street was named after a young tailor girl who became a partisan fighter against Nazi terror in ...

Ivanjica - Nade Popovic Street in Summer

G: Ivanjica - Road to Mrkocevac

by Marko Randjic, 250 meters away

In order to reach Mrkočevac, one needs to climb up this small, but quite steep slope.

Ivanjica - Road to Mrkocevac

H: Ivanjica - Junction at the Kindergarten

by Marko Randjic, 260 meters away

The junction at the Mrkočevac kindergarten.

Ivanjica - Junction at the Kindergarten

I: Ivanjica - Old Houses on a Slope

by Marko Randjic, 280 meters away

These old houses are a typical example of the architecture that existed in Stari Vlah for centuries.

Ivanjica - Old Houses on a Slope

J: Ivanjica - Kindergarten Next to the School

by Marko Randjic, 290 meters away

This kindergarten once bore the name of Dobrila Stambolić, a young teacher who fell victim to Nazi te...

Ivanjica - Kindergarten Next to the School

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