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Alexander Nevski At Night
Sofia

Night picture of Church "Temple-monument" Alexander Nevski, situated in central Sofia, Bulgaria. It is included in "100 Tourist Sites of Bulgaria" - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/100_Tourist_Sites_of_BulgariaOn the right and behind the church there is the Bulgarian parliament building.

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Uploadet: 14/01/2012
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