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Ivanjica - Top of the Glijeca Hill
Serbia
The top of the Glijeca Hill overlooks the northern part of the town (industrial zone) and its suburbs. A large cross, and Telenor's GSM base station are located here. There is also a TV relay belonging to a local TV station, 'TV Golija'. The meadow is usually mown and cleared but this time it's overgrown with ferns.
Copyright: Marko Randjic
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Uploaded: 08/09/2013
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