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Hotel Galerija - Subotica
Serbia
Hotel Galerija is one of the newest hotels Subotica. In centre of the building is a big lobby where you can see a lot of interesting flying objects hanging from the roof (big models - old air-plan, balloon, zeppelin). In this place you can find a lot of small shops and bars where you can drink coffee or tee even if it is raining outside :-) And best of all - you can enter to this place for free.
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Uploaded: 19/05/2010
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