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Jelsa - St. Ivan Square
Croatia

St. Ivan (St.John) square in Jelsa is a cute little renaissance-baroque square with the octagonal church of st.Ivan dating from late 17th century placed on it.

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Uploaded: 08/10/2011
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Tags: croatia; island; hvar; jelsa; st; ivan; square; church
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