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Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic elementary school on a cloudy winter day

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Milinko Kušic elementary school is the largest elementary school in the town area.

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A: Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School on a Summer Day

by Marko Randjic, 20 meters away

'Milinko Kušić' Elementary School on a sunny summer day

Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School on a Summer Day

B: Ivanjica - Traffic Lights in the School Area

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

Many generations of students used these crossings to reach their schools. These traffic lights remain...

Ivanjica - Traffic Lights in the School Area

C: Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Mess Hall

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

The mess hall is located in school's basement. Here students have their meals during the break betwee...

Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Mess Hall

D: Ivanjica - Milinko Kušić Elementary School - Junior Grades Classrooms

by Marko Randjic, 50 meters away

The section of Milinko Kušić primary school that houses the classrooms for junior grades (1st-4th).

Ivanjica - Milinko Kušić Elementary School - Junior Grades Classrooms

E: Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Main Hall-2

by Marko Randjic, 60 meters away

This is the central portion of the school's main hall on the ground floor. The stairs lead down to th...

Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Main Hall-2

F: Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Main Hall-1

by Marko Randjic, 60 meters away

This part of 'Milinko Kušić' elementary school has always been reserved for junior grades' classrooms...

Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Main Hall-1

G: Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - First Floor

by Marko Randjic, 70 meters away

The school's administration is located on the first floor. The offices of the headmaster and accounti...

Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - First Floor

H: Ivanjica - School Entrances

by Marko Randjic, 70 meters away

The main entrances to the Milinko Kusic elementary school, and Ivanjica's High School are very near a...

Ivanjica - School Entrances

I: Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Main Hall-3

by Marko Randjic, 70 meters away

This part of the main hall is located at school main entrance. Aside from classrooms there is also th...

Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Main Hall-3

J: Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Schoolyard-1

by Marko Randjic, 80 meters away

The first part Milinko Kusic elementary school's schoolyard. It is primarily intended for younger pup...

Ivanjica - Milinko Kusic Elementary School - Schoolyard-1

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