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Kusici - Restaurant 'Major'
Serbia

Hotel "Javor"'s restaurant bears the name "Major", to commemorate Major Mihailo Ilic, a XIX century hero from Serbian-Turkish wars (1876-1878.) The restaurant is a pleasant place for rest and refreshment in Kusici's clean air (Kusici are situated on the wind rose).

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