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Little is known to be the largest Necropolis not in Bosnia and Herzegovina than in Croatia, at the source of the river, in and around the Church of St. Savior, which lies more than 700 stelae. Most of them are sunk into the ground, decorations almost no (or not visible), while a large number used for Orthodox graves created in the last hundred years. According to Croatian sources, the Church of St. Salvation was built in the 9th century and belongs to the historical Croatian church buildings, while Serbian sources claim that the church was built by the Bosnian king Stjepan Tvrtko I of Bosnia. Maybe we can give an opinion and a Bosnian medijavelist?


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