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Chisinaului (L355) - Burebista crossroads in Cricova
Chisinau, Moldova

The panorama of Chisinaului (L355) - Burebista crossroads in Cricova was taken after the Burebista street had been covered with asphalt.

Copyright: Alexander Murvanidze
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 23766x2901
Taken: 30/09/2013
Uploaded: 19/10/2013
Updated: 25/10/2013
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Tags: road; street; crossroads; restaurant
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