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The Road Less Traveled - The Marble Road in Serbia.

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Do you know what the White House in Washington, the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty in New York, the obelisk in the centre of Buenos Aires, the facades of the airport and museums in Cairo and Tokyo have in common with the St George Church in Arandjelovac, Serbia? They were all made from the same high quality marble, mined from one small place in central Serbia, Vencac in Arandjelovac. Continue Reading

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