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Center Rovaniemi
Finland

Central pedestrian street Rovaniemi. In the winter polar night comes, so most of the day is dark. This city is said to local guides, was 90% destroyed in World War II in 1945. Therefore, almost all buildings in the city today. It is believed that Rovaniemi is the biggest city in Europe, and unites many disparate villages. For 50 years, Rovaniemi in winter becomes a tourist center. In the central part of many cozy restaurants, cafes and shopping malls.

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Uploaded: 16/01/2012
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