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Aerial View Circus And Concert Windisch Switzerland
Switzerland

While a concert for kids is going on in the roman theatre, on the field next to it there's a circus performance.

The roman amphitheatre was built by the 21st legion and had 11'000 seats.

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The circus set up here is named Nock

Copyright: Stefan seiz
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Uploaded: 03/10/2011
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