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Exit Festival Main Stage At Dawn
Novi Sad

EXIT is the biggest music festival in South Eastern Europe. Exit has taken place at a beautiful and magical fortress in Novi Sad, since 2001.This is the largest festival stage with a capacity of 35,000 people – it’s the heart of Exit.

Copyright: Ninoslav adzibaba
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Uploaded: 29/03/2010
Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: exit; novi sad; music; festival; serbia; night
  • Micha about 1 year ago
    Je l' ima takvih slika od ove godine??? Kako se zove ta fora sa slikanjem, da nadjem negde drugde ako ima?
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