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Playground Bene On Marjan Hill in Split Croatia
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Playground bene located on the marjan hill in Split Croatia. To reach this place you can use your feet and walk about three km from the north gate entrance on marjan hill. Here you can find children playground, tennis court, soccer field, restaurant and cafe. During the summer days you can enjoy the sea and natural shade in company of a cold beverage...

Copyright: Stipe stanić
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Uploaded: 07/02/2012
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: croatia; split; beach; bene; marjan hill; sea; view; playground
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