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Ivanjica - Old Waterworks Building (inside)

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This building once was the main waterworks station for supplying Ivanjica with water. It was abandoned long ago and went to ruin.

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A: Ivanjica - Old Waterworks Building (outside)

by Marko Randjic, less than 10 meters away

This building once was the main waterworks station for supplying Ivanjica with water. It was abandone...

Ivanjica - Old Waterworks Building (outside)

B: Ivanjica - Roundabout at the Top of the Town

by Marko Randjic, 170 meters away

This roundabout was constructed in 2011. in order to alleviate the traffic congestion in the area.

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C: Ivanjica - Junction between Vukadina Stojanovica and Milana Mihajlovica Streets

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Ivanjica - Junction between Vukadina Stojanovica and Milana Mihajlovica Streets

D: Ivanjica - Milana Mihailovica Street

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E: Ivanjica - Courthouse in Summer

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F: Ivanjica - At the Police Station

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The current police station building replaced the old (wooden) one in the late 1990s.

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G: Ivanjica - Entrance to an Apartment Building

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H: Ivanjica - Playground behind the Cultural Centre

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I: Ivanjica - Boska Petrovica Street

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J: Ivanjica - Cerebral Palsy Association

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