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Danube by bike 2009
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"Danube by bike" is an event, held in 2009, was organized by European Commission, when about 400 cyclists from all over Europe, traveled from Bucharest/Budapest to Belgrade. The passage between Mali and Veliki Kazan (Small and big Tank), is the narrowest point of the Danube.

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