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Sunset at Dunube near Kostolac
Serbia

River Danube flows near Kostolac town in the Braničevo District. Kostolac is situated in the municipality of Požarevac. Kostolac is a center of area called Stig and home of thermo-power plants and coal mines.

Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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上传: 05/06/2010
更新: 18/09/2014
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Tags: river; sunset; danube; kostolac; dunav; zalazak; sun; reka
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