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Kishinev - Stefan cel Mare Str. and Ion Creanga str. crossroads
Chisinau, Moldova

Kishinev downtown, Stefan cel Mare str. and Ion Creanga str. crossroads.

Two new buildings - Business Centres. Down can be seen University of state  "Ion Creanga".

Copyright: Artur Paluta
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Uploaded: 02/05/2009
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Tags: kishinev; moldova; chisinau; downtown; night; stefan cel mare str; buildings
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