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Exposition Blvd - Universal Studios Florida
Orlando

A really cool long walkway with movie posters at Universal Studios in Orlando Florida. I believe it is part of Exposition Blvd leading to the Men in Black World Expo.Shot during a beautiful March sunny afternoon.

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Uploaded: 04/04/2012
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