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Ljutomer railway station

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Panorama of the railway station in Ljutomer, at dusk, after 3h train ride from the capital Ljubljana. Ljutomer, despite being relatively small town, has two railway stations: one for passengers (Ljutomer mesto-Ljutomer town) and one for cargo.

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