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Cultural Centre "Vuk Karadzic"

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Cultural centres are epicenters of cultural life in Serbia`s south. This one in Bujanovac, called “Vuk Karadzic”, is named after a man who created the modern Serbian alphabet in the 19th century. In the evening, this facility becomes a place where young people gather for music and fun.

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