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02 09 2010 Timisoara Gothic Post Socialist Courtyard
Timisoara

an industrial space - here is the courtyard of the former socialist Întreprinderea poligrafică ,,Banat” Timişoara and now there are no companies interested in maintaining the grass cut.

in the evening air it looks like post war

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Uploaded: 06/09/2010
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