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Sferano 14 / Poznan, Old Market
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PL, Województwo Wielkopolskie, Poznań, Stary Rynek: "kwadratowy plac w Poznaniu, na Starym Mieście, wytyczony ok. 1253 roku. Centralne założenie miasta lokacyjnego. Długość boku wynosi około 141 m. Z każdego z boków wychodzą trzy ulice, z czego dwie skrajne z narożników. Każdą z pierzeiratusz, wagę, sukiennice, kramy, ławy chlebowe, jatki a później także arsenał i odwach. Jest trzecim rynkiem co do wielkości w Polsce i jednym z największych w Europie. podzielono pierwotnie na 16 równych działek. W centralnej części rynku umieszczono ratusz, wagę, sukiennice, kramy, ławy chlebowe, jatki a później także arsenał i odwach. Jest trzecim rynkiem co do wielkości w Polsce i jednym z największych w Europie". (za Wiki: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stary_Rynek_w_Poznaniu)

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Taken: 25/01/2011
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Tags: poland; poznan; wielkopolska; old market; winter; magic hour; wet pavement
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