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Zvornik City Center
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The city of Zvornik is situated in eastern Bosnia on the border with Serbia. Zvornik has and advantageous geographical position as it is situated at approximately equal distance form Sarajevo, Belgrade and Novi Sad. Zvornik was first mentioned in writings form 1410 so this year was taken as the official year of founding of the city.

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