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Ivanjica - Zoran Avramovic's Lodge on the Mt. Golija (inside - ground floor)
Serbia
The lodge belonging to Zoran Avramovic, a wood processing engineer, skier, and philantropist of Ivanjica is situated on the slopes of the Mt. Golija. The lodge itself and all the items in and outside the lodge were exclusively made by Zoran Avramovic.
Copyright: Marko Randjic
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送信日: 11/07/2013
更新日: 14/07/2013
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