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Ivanjica - Square in Front of the Post Office
Serbia
A small square in Ivanjica. Along with the post office, there is also a pharmacy, and the office of the "Association for Cerebral Palsy - Ivanjica". In the middle of the square there is a bust of Milinko Kušić, a World War II partisan leader and the bearer of the former Yugoslavia's highest military decoration - "The People's Hero" order. The town hall of Ivanjica lies to the east.
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