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Sokobanja, late night a few days before New Years Eve 2010
Serbia

My first panorama pictured in Sokobanja (spa in Serbia) after 3 AM a few days before New Years Eve 2010. It was really cold and quiet. I was happy when I finished shooting and arrived home.

Copyright: Zoran Ilic
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Uploaded: 29/04/2010
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Tags: sokobanja; serbia; soko; banja; spa; new; years; eve; lights
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