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RFSU truck during Pride 2009 parade in Stockholm
Sweden

Pride 2009 gay ( not only )

35000 participants, 350 000 viewers.

Right under my living room window ....

Pride parade is always a sign that summer is coming to the end :-( soon ....

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Uploaded: 02/08/2009
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