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    Last year, Europe was flooded by an enormous wave of refugees, an event unprecedented since World War II. The countries of the "Balkan route:" Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia, became one of the main passages for the refugees, before being closed later on. This is how the intra-European borders look like now, a year on.

    The village of Berkasovo, Croatia

    The border between Slovenia and Croatia in the city of Trnovec

    Railroad tracks at the station in Tovarnik, Croatia

    The field near the railway station in Tovarnik, Croatia

    The cemetery not far from the border between Serbia and Croatia

    The town of Brežice, Slovenia

    Trnovec on the border of Croatia and Slovenia

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