Christmas mood in Sofia
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Christmas mood in Sofia

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Christmas trees in front of FIBank building - G. M. Dimitrov bul., Sofia - Bulgaria. Pictures have ben takn just minutes after a volleyball training in a school nearby. After 40 inutes of making photos the security noticed me and came to ask what am I doing there just 3 meters away from the cameras :).

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