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Zvornik Tower

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A: Kula Grad view toward Zvornik Lake and Village Divic

by Sasa Dragojevic, 610 meters away

It is assumed that the medieval town of Zvornik was built in the late thirteenth or early fourteenth ...

Kula Grad view toward Zvornik Lake and Village Divic

B: Kula Grad view toward Zvornik

by Sasa Dragojevic, 610 meters away

The medieval town of Zvornik called "Djurdjevgrad or Kula Grad" is an exceptional tourist potential w...

Kula Grad view toward Zvornik

C: Zvornik Medieval Fortress Kula Grad

by Sasa Dragojevic, 620 meters away

The Old Town of Zvornik (Djurdjevgrad or Kula Grad) was a single entity although it differed in three...

Zvornik Medieval Fortress Kula Grad

D: Zvornik Fortress Kula Grad

by Sasa Dragojevic, 660 meters away

Zvornik and Visoko have become Dubronik's most developed settlements (colonies) in medieval Bosnia in...

Zvornik Fortress Kula Grad

E: Zvornik flood

by Sasa Dragojevic, 1.6 km away

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Zvornik flood

F: Zvornik City Center

by Sasa Dragojevic, 1.7 km away

The city of Zvornik is situated in eastern Bosnia on the border with Serbia. Zvornik has and advantag...

Zvornik City Center

G: Zvornik - View from Serbia

by Sasa Dragojevic, 1.8 km away

Looking around from the parking of "Ravnaja" company it can be seen the town of Zvornik on the other ...

Zvornik - View from Serbia

H: Zvornik - Promenade by the river Drina

by Sasa Dragojevic, 1.8 km away

Promenade and the largest park in Zvornik extends from The Old Bridge and almost to the City Gate. He...

Zvornik - Promenade by the river Drina

I: Sakar beach

by Sasa Dragojevic, 2.8 km away

Village Sakar is situated south of Mali Zvornik, Serbia and it is surrounded by peaks of Bobija mount...

Sakar beach

J: Drina River near Donje Naselje

by Sasa Dragojevic, 3.5 km away

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Drina River near Donje Naselje

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