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Ivanjica - Pine Forest near the Town

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A pine forest in Crnjevo area of Ivanjica.

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A: Ivanjica - Forest at Winter's End 2

by Marko Randjic, 180 meters away

This forest is situated at the slopes that surround Ivanjica. There is also a 'Lovers' Fountain' with...

Ivanjica - Forest at Winter's End 2

B: Ivanjica - Forest at Winter's End 1

by Marko Randjic, 200 meters away

This forest is situated on the slopes that surround Ivanjica. There is a 'Lovers' Fountain' nearby.

Ivanjica - Forest at Winter's End 1

C: Ivanjica - Mrkocevac Buildings-2

by Marko Randjic, 470 meters away

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D: Ivanjica - Pine Forest Near Remov Raj

by Marko Randjic, 470 meters away

Ivanjica - Pine Forest Near Remov Raj

E: Ivanjica - Mrkocevac Buildings-1

by Marko Randjic, 500 meters away

The buildings at Mrkocevac were the newest addition to Ivanjica's apartment buildings. They were buil...

Ivanjica - Mrkocevac Buildings-1

F: Ivanjica - Randjic Family House and Backyard in Bedina Varos

by Marko Randjic, 510 meters away

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Ivanjica - Randjic Family House and Backyard in Bedina Varos

G: Ivanjica - Road to Vidin Krs

by Marko Randjic, 530 meters away

The road winds up to Vidin Krs, a rocky peak overlooking Ivanjica where a GSM relay is situated. This...

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H: Ivanjica - Sunny Day at Sljivak

by Marko Randjic, 570 meters away

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I: Ivanjica - Meadow with Three Trees

by Marko Randjic, 600 meters away

These trees are located in the meadow on the road to Vidin Krš

Ivanjica - Meadow with Three Trees

J: Ivanjica - Kindergarden at Mrkocevac

by Marko Randjic, 610 meters away

This is the second of two Ivanjica's kindergartens. It is situated in the area of Mrkocevac.

Ivanjica - Kindergarden at Mrkocevac

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