1 November 1993 Mionica is one of the smaller and, as things go here, less developed districts of Serbia. The town of Mionica, boasting a population of 2,000, has a church, a square with a monument to WW I Gen. Zivojin Misic, the District Hall and a police station leaning against the Hall. In Mionica […]

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