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Ram fortress
Serbia

Ram is a name of a village and castle near Danube river, 25km from Pozarevac and 15km from Veliko Gradiste. Castle is across castle Haram on other side of Danube.

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 04/05/2010
Updated: 26/02/2012
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