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Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Main Hall-3
Serbia
This part of the main hall is located at school main entrance. Aside from classrooms there is also the entrance to the gym and the auditorium. The stairs lead up to the first floor.
Copyright: Marko randjic
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Uploaded: 07/09/2013
Updated: 10/10/2014
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Tags: milinko kusic; elementary school; main hall; ivanjica; srbija; serbia
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