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Manchester Exchange Square Selfridges at Corporation Str.
England

In the Heart of Manchester, is a little nice place located. In front of Selfridges you see the triangle. In the Near there are also located the Blue Oyster.

Copyright: Jens Ruppert
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Uploaded: 01/10/2012
Updated: 08/08/2014
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Tags: manchester; exchange square; selfridges; corporation str.; blue oyster; tampopo; harrisons solicitors; cafe rouge; armdale market centre; herrnhuter stern; triangle
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