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Models park in Despotovac (Park maketa)
Serbia

Models park is a unique tourist offer in municipal Despotovac. It is located at the exit of Despotovac. Medieval Serbian monasteries are built in 1:17 scale in relation to objects in the real size. Models were made as a perfect copy of churches in reality. Despotovac is 100km from Sokobanja, and 140km from Belgrade.

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 05/09/2010
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