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Ivanjica - Square in front of the cultural centre
Serbia
Ivanjica cultural centre, along with the square, was built in the 1980s. It was officially opened in 1983. The square connects several apartment building complexes. The most well known are "Ivanjičanka" (with red brick facade), and "Lamela".
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