View at the Osijek old town

View from walkway along the right bank of Drava river, at the walls of Osijek old town called Tvrđa (Citadel).

Copyright: Igor adamec
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Uploaded: 29/04/2011
Updated: 21/08/2014


Tags: croatia; osijek; old; town; tvrđa
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