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Formula One Red Bull Street parade Dom square
Szeged

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130 thousand men a Szeged form starting from Dóm térről went visiting onto a 1 parade.

Enormous mass gathered behind the cordon fenced in on Dóm téren and along the 3 km of long stretch. The more than 130 thousand spectators Botka László, Szeged mayor and Ujhelyi István a undersecretary congratulated on it. After Besenyei Péter airshow, Sebastian the procession of the four-wheel ones began with bought one, Sebastien Buemi and Palik László procession.

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Uploaded: 22/05/2009
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