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Foksal 13 hallway with toilet
Warsaw
The tenement from the turn of the XIX I and XX century located at Foksal 13 street in Warsaw. The building is abandoned and devastated. It’s owner plans to renovate and reconstruct it to bring back the old beauty of this building. The future suites will certainly reach the highest prices in the city.
Copyright: Wojciech sadlej
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Uploadet: 25/04/2010
Opdateret: 26/02/2012
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