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Alba Iulia Street in Timisoara
Timisoara
Copyright: Michael pop
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Chargée: 08/12/2009
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Tags: alba; iulia; street; strasse; strada; timisoara; temeswar; banat; romania; christmas; weihnachten; craciun
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