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Ivanjica - Sutelj-2
Serbia

Šutelj ('shoo-tely') is a 906m hill peak near Ivanjica. It is well known for several TV, mobile, and radio relays situated on it.

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Uploaded: 17/03/2014
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Tags: sutelj; summit; peak; ivanjica; srbija; serbia
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