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Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Mess Hall
Serbia
The mess hall is located in school's basement. Here students have their meals during the break between classes.
Copyright: Marko Randjic
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Uploaded: 07/09/2013
Updated: 10/10/2014
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Tags: milinko kusic; elementary school; mess hall; ivanjica; srbija; serbia
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