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Open Air Museum Mengore - The Kanduč memorial place
Slovenia
Copyright: Gorazd Bajt
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Uploaded: 19/05/2012
Updated: 10/09/2014
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Tags: open; air; museum; mengore; kanduc; pot; miru; walk; peace; creed; posocje; slovenia; slovenija; tolmin; volče; bučenica
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