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Bielsko-Biała, 3 Maja Street - a bird's eye view
Poland

In 3 Maja Street there is n row of secessional tenement houses from the turn of 20th century. They were mainly designed according to Karol Korn's, one of the most outstanding architect from Bielsko and Biała.

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