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A Quiet Square in Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina

On a small park in the historic center of Sarajevo, a couple of resaurants and no customers.  But for the language on the signs, and the mosque down the street, you might think you were in Kyoto.

Copyright: Thomas k sharpless
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Chargée: 28/10/2009
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