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Ivanjica - Above the Fountain in the Park

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'Kapavac' (kha-pa-vats), meaning 'the dripping water' is a well known fountain which is situated in the southern edge of park in Ivanjica, near the park entrance.

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    A: Ivanjica - At the Fountain in the Park

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    At 'Kapavac' fountain in the park.

    Ivanjica - At the Fountain in the Park

    B: Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (south side)

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    The Serbian orthodox church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen was built in 1836. only thre...

    Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (south side)

    C: Ivanjica - Memorial Park

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    The memorial park in Ivanjica is situated at the very entrance to Ivanjica's park. A memorial with th...

    Ivanjica - Memorial Park

    D: Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (inside)

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    The Serbian orthodox church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen was built in 1836. only thre...

    Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (inside)

    E: Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (front)

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    The Serbian orthodox church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen was built in 1836. only thre...

    Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (front)

    F: Ivanjica - In the Shade under the Trees

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    The trees in the park offer an excellent place for rest and relaxation, especially during the hot sum...

    Ivanjica - In the Shade under the Trees

    G: Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (north side)

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    The Serbian orthodox church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen was built in 1836. only thre...

    Ivanjica - Church of St. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen (north side)

    H: Ivanjica - Stone Bridge (west bank)

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    Ivanjica - Stone Bridge (west bank)

    I: Ivanjica - park behind the town hall

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    Ivanjica - park behind the town hall

    J: Ivanjica - Park on a Cloudy and Snowy Day

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    Park in Ivanjica on a cloudy and snowy day

    Ivanjica - Park on a Cloudy and Snowy Day

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