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Park maketa (Models park) - Despotovac
Serbia

Models park is near Despotovac at the road to Resava cave. It is tourist offer witch represent churches and monasteries in scale 1:17 to original size. This park is 130km away from Soko Banja, and 140km from Belgrade.

Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 05/09/2010
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Tags: park; maketa; crkve; crkva; manastir; manastırı; despotovac; srbija; serbia
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