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Islamic Secondary School "Dr. Ahmed Smajlović"

Islamic Secondary School dr.Ahmed Smajlović
Location
Zagreb
Croatia
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Type Private school
Established 2007
Campus Urban
Website

Islamic Secondary School Dr. Ahmed Smajlovic (Croatian: Islamska Gimnazija dr. Ahmed Smajlović, Bosnian: Islamska Gimnazija dr. Ahmed Smajlović) is a secondary school situated in Zagreb, Croatia. Islamic Secondary School Dr. Ahmed Smajlović carries the educational programs of general secondary school direction. Classes are taught in Bosnian language.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Student activities 2
  • Resources 3
  • See also 4

History

Student activities

Resources

See also

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