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A backyard in Szczecin
Poland

Backyard in Szczecin / Stettin, one of those still looking like in the old age of the Communist regime. Not really an area you'd like to live in.

Copyright: Alexander Jensko
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Subida: 09/01/2012
Actualizado: 06/08/2014
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Tags: szczecin; stettin; poland; baltic; backyard; hangman; gallow; execution; depression tristesse; gate; stairway
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