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Crossing of Karja and Ehte street
Estonia

Crossing of Ehte and Karja street in Haapsalu. Photo is taken in the middle of winter and usually, in this time of year, streets of Haapsalu are covered with snow. But this year the weather has been very warm and it just rains all the time. But with snow of without, old town of Haapsalu is a beautiful place.

Copyright: Kristo rihm
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Uploaded: 29/12/2011
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: haapsalu; panorama; virtual tour; night; ehte street; karja street; haapsalu disain; fountain; winter; dark; wet street; christmas; decorations; lights
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