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Enjoying the famous original Bled cream cake
Slovenia

Enjoying the famous original Bled cream cake in the panorama restaurant of the hotel Park in Bled, Slovenia. The Cream cakes are produced following the original recipe (including the size of the cake) since 1953. More than 10 million were produced by 2009. Still today, they are very popular and delicious. In the background, the Bled's castle on the rock is visible.

Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Uploaded: 25/10/2012
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