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Maribor at Christmas time
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Panorama from Maribor, Slovenia, taken at the junction of Vetrinjska ulica, Trg Leona Štuklja and Jurčičeva ulica, lit by Christmas lights. You can note the bell tower of the Maribor's Cathedral at the end of one street (Jurčičeva ulica). Just at the opposite side on the corner of the building is the graffiti »Gotof je«, slogan of recent anti-major Kangler (and further political) demonstrations, meaning »he's finished« in local dialect.

Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Uploaded: 13/12/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: maribor; slovenia; vetrinjska; leona; Štuklja; jurčičeva; christmas; bell; tower; cathedral; graffiti; gotof; major; kangler; demonstrations
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