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Swimming pool Subotica
Serbia

Swimming pool in Subotica (Gradski bazen) is 50 meter long swimming pool. It is outdoor swimming pool of the city. In winter it is covered by tent. In background (behind toboggan) you can see a half finished building - it is in this stage since 1993 - 18 years ago. I hope they will continue the job soon, it is a pity that city like Subotica still don't have covered swimming pool.

Copyright: Igor gaspar
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Uploaded: 02/07/2011
Updated: 27/08/2014
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Tags: swimming pool; subotica
  • Mihai Lisetchi 3 months ago
    tks, Igor!
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