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Ivanjica - Nade Popovic Street in Summer
Serbia
This street was named after a young tailor girl who became a partisan fighter against Nazi terror in WW2. She was captured and shot by Italians and subsequently proclaimed the people's hero of Yugoslavia. The street connects the school area with the stone bridge.
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