Novi Sad entering Tunel
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Novi Sad entering Tunel

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At the end of this tunel you are going to cross the Bridge of Freedom and enter Novi Sad.

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B: Near "5 Heads" monument, Sremska Kamenica

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C: Novi Sad, Most Slobode

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E: At the bank of Danube river - Sr. Kamenica

by Zoran Strajin, 1.3 km away

At the bank of Danube river - Sr. Kamenica

F: Sremska Kamenica

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H: Ribarac - Novi Sad, Serbia

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I: Novi Sad, River Resort

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J: Novi Sad, Liman 2

by Atila Bezdan, 1.5 km away

Novi Sad, Liman 2

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