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Ivanjica - Political Parties' Headquarters
Serbia
Most of the currently active political parties have their local headquarters in this building. There are also the offices of the local associations of mountaineers and fishermen.
Copyright: Marko Randjic
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Taken: 10/08/2013
Uploaded: 10/08/2013
Updated: 10/10/2014
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