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In this Nov. 30, 2012 photo, the interior of recently collapsed old watermill located on the Rogacica river which was believed to have been Sava Savanovic's home, in the village of Zarozje, near the Serbian town of Bajina Basta.  AP/Darko Vojinovic
In this Nov. 30, 2012 photo a billboard showing an impression of the legendary ghost Sava Savanovic. The poster reads "First Serbian vampire", near the village of Zarozje, near the Serbian town of Bajina Basta. AP/Darko Vojinovic
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