There was a room in Kula which could be seen from behind bars. That was the so-called reception room, where Nikola Koljevic was a frequent guest. A very frequent guest, who came for the parties. Of course, music was played, they drank, they ate The writer Vladimir Srebrov, one of the founders of the Serbian […]
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