Train Station Mokra Gora
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Train Station Mokra Gora

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A: Železnička stanica Mokra Gora, Šarganska osmica

Por Atila Bezdan, 40 metros de distância

Železnička stanica Mokra Gora, Šarganska osmica

B: Railway station Sargan

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C: Diesel Vs Steam Locomotive

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D: Narrow gauge steam locomotive, Mokra Gora

Por Bane Obradović, 130 metros de distância

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Narrow gauge steam locomotive, Mokra Gora

E: Church of St Ilija, Mokra Gora, Srbija

Por Zoran Strajin, 160 metros de distância

Church of St Ilija, Mokra Gora, Srbija

F: Crkva Sv Proroka Ilije

Por Bane Obradović, 170 metros de distância

Crkva Sv Proroka Ilije

G: Mecavnik, Drvengrad, Mokra Gora

Por Atila Bezdan, 340 metros de distância

Mecavnik, Drvengrad, Mokra Gora

H: Drvengrad, Mokra gora, Srbija

Por Saša Stojanović, 340 metros de distância

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Drvengrad, Mokra gora, Srbija

I: Drvengrad, Mecavnik, Trg Nikole Tesle

Por Atila Bezdan, 340 metros de distância

Drvengrad, Mecavnik, Trg Nikole Tesle

J: Wooden town Mecavnik, Mogra Gora

Por Bane Obradović, 350 metros de distância

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Text by Steve Smith.

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