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Trstenik - Gornji Dubic Mountain Refuge-1

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This mountain refuge is located in the area of Gornji Dubic on Gledic Mountains.

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A: Trstenik - Gornji Dubic Mountain Refuge-2

by Marko Randjic, 20 meters away

This mountain refuge is located in the area of Gornji Dubič on Gledić Mountains.

Trstenik - Gornji Dubic Mountain Refuge-2

B: Trstenik - Gornji Dubic Mountain Refuge-3

by Marko Randjic, 30 meters away

This mountain refuge is located in the area of Gornji Dubič on the Gledić Mountains.

Trstenik - Gornji Dubic Mountain Refuge-3

C: Trstenik - Meadow on Gledicke Mountains

by Marko Randjic, 3.9 km away

A meadow on Gledićke Planine.

Trstenik - Meadow on Gledicke Mountains

D: Trstenik - Sunset in the Town

by Marko Randjic, 13.4 km away

Sunset in the town of Trstenik, Serbia.

Trstenik - Sunset in the Town

E: Trstenik - Town Centre on a Cloudy Day-2

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F: Trstenik - Town Centre on a Cloudy Day-1

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I: Vrnjci Spa Hotel Merkur-Pool

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J: Vrnjci Spa Hotel Merkur-Gastroenterology-ward

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