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School Park Loznica
Serbia

School Park is located in the center of Loznica and it is the oasis of nature and a favorite promenade of the citizens of Loznica. Named after the four schools that surround it: High School, Technical school "Vujo Matic", Secondary chemical school and Secondary business school. There are two monuments in this park: Monument of famous Serbian geographer and naturalist Jovan Cvijic who was born in Loznica and Vlado Zecevic national hero from World War II.

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Taken: 04/01/2011
Uploaded: 07/01/2011
Updated: 04/09/2014
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