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Snowy buttons
Bulgaria

Plovdiv city in mid-January. The place is called "The Buttons" because of the small round sits around the fountain. The central fountain has some stone birds in it, but they are taken away for the winter.

Copyright: Ivan petrushev
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Uploaded: 28/01/2012
Updated: 14/02/2012
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