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Ivanjica - Vidin Krs
Serbia
Vidin Krš ('vee-deen-krsh', 'Vida's Wreck' in English), is a small rock formation located on one of the slopes that surround Ivanjica. It offers a good view of the town itself and its surroundings.
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