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Casino Constanta

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Casino Constanta

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A: Casino Constanta, camera 1

by Vieru Claudiu, 10 meters away

One of the rooms inside the Casino,

Casino Constanta, camera 1

B: Casino Constanta, Scena etaj 1

by Vieru Claudiu, 10 meters away

Main room inside the Constanta Casino

Casino Constanta, Scena etaj 1

C: Casino Constanta, Grand stair, lower section

by Vieru Claudiu, 10 meters away

A view from the first floor, with the lower section of the grand stair

Casino Constanta, Grand stair, lower section

D: Casino Constanta, room at first floor

by Vieru Claudiu, 10 meters away

A room on the first floor inside the casino in Constanta

Casino Constanta, room at first floor

E: Casino Constanta, Main Room

by Vieru Claudiu, 20 meters away

The main room inside casino Constanta

Casino Constanta, Main Room

F: The Casino at night #1

by Andrei Zdetoveţchi, 20 meters away

Completed between the two World Wars in art nouveau style according to the plans of the architects, D...

The Casino at night #1

G: Casino Constanta, second floor grand staircase

by Vieru Claudiu, 20 meters away

Another view from the second floor of the Casino, with the grand staircase upper section

Casino Constanta, second floor grand staircase

H: Casino Constanta, grand stair, middle section

by Vieru Claudiu, 20 meters away

A view from the middle section of the grand stair, inside the Constanta Casino

Casino Constanta, grand stair, middle section

I: Casino Constanta camera 2

by Vieru Claudiu, 20 meters away

Casino, Constanta, Romania, a room on the first floor

Casino Constanta camera 2

J: Casino Constanta, first floor, different view

by Vieru Claudiu, 20 meters away

Different view from a room on the first floor inside the casino.

Casino Constanta, first floor, different view

This panorama was taken in Dobrogea, Europe

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