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Visegradska Kapija
Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Visegradska kapija" is an eastern gate to Sarajevo, built in 1730's in a part of the city nowdays called Vratnik

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Aggiornato: 27/08/2014
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Tags: visegradska; kapija; sarajevo; vratnik; moscanica
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