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Ivanjica - The Cross of Gradac (west)
Serbia
The Cross of Gradac is an large, ancient stone cross. The time of its origin, and its purpose remain unknown, since its original inscription was erased during time. It is certain, however, that it was used as the place for incribing the village records.
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