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Augustibluus 2011 in Haapsalu Railway Station
Estonia

Augustibluus blues festival takes place in Haapsalu, in the little town in the west coast of Estonia. For two days Haapsalu turns into a blues paradise. Musicians come from different countries and vary every year. Most of the concerts are held in the ruins of Haapsalu Episcopal Castle, but there are other smaller stages where blues musicians perform. This photo is taken in Haapsalu Railway Station, in one of the concerts of the festival.

Copyright: Kristo Rihm
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