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Dubrovnik, Old Town, Stradun
Croatia
Stradun or Placa (Stradone or Corso) is the main street of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The limestone-paved pedestrian street runs some 300 metres through the Old Town, the historic part of the city surrounded by the Walls of Dubrovnik http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stradun_%28street%29
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