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Monument to the Conscripts of the Third Call
Monument to the Conscripts of the Third Call
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Author: Stamenko Đurđević (Karadjordje’s Park)

The monument was created by sculptor Stamenko Djurdjevic, 1923. year.
They lifted him Conscripts of the Thurd Call Seventh Infantry Regiment National Army, in memory of their comrades killed in World War I.

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