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Busker Central 360 by Brian Carey
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Busker Central is the prime location for buskers in St John's Newfoundland. It is located on the corner of George St and Water St. Note there are lots great pubs, coffee houses and restaurants in the area. Photographu by Brian Carey

Copyright: Brian Carey
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Taken: 21/05/2014
Uploaded: 21/05/2014
Updated: 27/05/2014
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Tags: st john's; newfoundland; labrador; music; guitars; buskers
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