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Upper market plaza with rain by night
Norway

The upper market plaza with the city hall, the old fire station abd the statue og King Haakon VII. A rainy night in January

Copyright: Bjørn k nilssen
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Uploaded: 09/01/2009
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Tags: winter; rain; plza; market; haakon vii; statue; park
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