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Cooked corn on Pomorie Beach
Bulgaria

Gipsies selling cooked corns on the Pomorian beach. You can hear orginal stereo sound here: http://bg360.net/pano/pomorie/carevica_en.php

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Uploaded: 08/07/2010
Updated: 11/12/2013
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