Royal Mosque, Constanta, Romania
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Royal Mosque, Constanta, Romania

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Bilder in der Nähe von Dobrudja

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A: Royal Mosque, Constanta, Romania

von Marin Giurgiu, 10 Meter entfernt

Royal Mosque, Constanta, Romania

B: Romania, Constanta, Piata Ovidiu

von Thomas Blanket, 130 Meter entfernt

Romania, Constanta, Piata Ovidiu

C: Ovidiu's Plazza

von Lucian Oniscu, 130 Meter entfernt

Ovidiu's Plazza

D: Marina Bay - Tomis Port

von Constanta360, 190 Meter entfernt

Marina Bay - Tomis Port

E: The Casino at night #1

von Andrei Zdetoveţchi, 400 Meter entfernt

Completed between the two World Wars in art nouveau style according to the plans of the architects, D...

The Casino at night #1

F: Casino Constanta, room at first floor

von Vieru Claudiu, 410 Meter entfernt

A room on the first floor inside the casino in Constanta

Casino Constanta, room at first floor

G: Casino Constanta, Grand stair, lower section

von Vieru Claudiu, 420 Meter entfernt

A view from the first floor, with the lower section of the grand stair

Casino Constanta, Grand stair, lower section

H: Casino Constanta, Scena etaj 1

von Vieru Claudiu, 420 Meter entfernt

Main room inside the Constanta Casino

Casino Constanta, Scena etaj 1

I: Casino Constanta, first floor, different view

von Vieru Claudiu, 420 Meter entfernt

Different view from a room on the first floor inside the casino.

Casino Constanta, first floor, different view

J: Casino Constanta, camera 1

von Vieru Claudiu, 420 Meter entfernt

One of the rooms inside the Casino,

Casino Constanta, camera 1

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