Ivanjica - Passage behind Ivanjicanka
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Ivanjica - Passage behind Ivanjicanka

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Ivanjičanka ('The Woman from Ivanjica') is an apartment building with the red brick facade situated in the southern corner of the town, next to the cultural centre.

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A: Ivanjica - Political Parties' Headquarters

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Ivanjica - Political Parties' Headquarters

B: Ivanjica - Entrance to an Apartment Building

by Marko Randjic, 40 meters away

An entrance to an apartment building

Ivanjica - Entrance to an Apartment Building

C: Ivanjica - Cultural Centre (right side)

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Ivanjica - Cultural Centre (right side)

D: Ivanjica - Square in front of the Cultural Centre on a Wet Evening

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Ivanjica - Square in front of the Cultural Centre on a Wet Evening

E: Ivanjica - Square in front of the Cultural Centre on a Sunny Day

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The square in front of Ivanjica's cultural centre on a sunny day in July

Ivanjica - Square in front of the Cultural Centre on a Sunny Day

F: Ivanjica - Milana Mihailovica Street

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G: Ivanjica - Golija Rest Home - Main Entrance

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H: Ivanjica - Square in front of the cultural centre

by Marko Randjic, 90 meters away

Ivanjica cultural centre, along with the square, was built in the 1980s. It was officially opened in ...

Ivanjica - Square in front of the cultural centre

I: Ivanjica - southern edge of the park

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Ivanjica - southern edge of the park

J: Ivanjica - Basketball Court on a Winter Evening

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The basketball court in the park on a winter evening

Ivanjica - Basketball Court on a Winter Evening

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