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Vilnius. View from the roof of Helios City building

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Vilnius from 25(7?) floor from Helos City building. First spring day.

This is maximum JPG (30000x15000) dimensions

Also have 7 gigapixel image from there. http://www.gigapan.org/gigapans/45893/

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