Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Mess Hall
The mess hall is located in school's basement. Here students have their meals during the break between classes.
'Milinko Kušić' Elementary School on a sunny summer day
The main entrances to the Milinko Kusic elementary school, and Ivanjica's High School are very near a...
The school's administration is located on the first floor. The offices of the headmaster and accounti...
Many generations of students used these crossings to reach their schools. These traffic lights remain...
This is the central portion of the school's main hall on the ground floor. The stairs lead down to th...
This part of the main hall is located at school main entrance. Aside from classrooms there is also th...
This part of 'Milinko Kušić' elementary school has always been reserved for junior grades' classrooms...
Milinko Kušic elementary school is the largest elementary school in the town area.
The section of Milinko Kušić primary school that houses the classrooms for junior grades (1st-4th).
The Ivanjica High's main entrance for students is always crowded during the school year. Since it's i...
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