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Kadinjaca

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Memorial on Kadinjaca is located 14 km towards west from Uzice and 200km from Sokobanja spa. The memorial is dedicated to the troops of Workers Battalion from Uzice, the Posavec and the Orasans, who scarified their lives on 29th November 1941. by protecting the retreat of the main partisan troops from Užice towards Sandžak.

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