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Stary Rynek - the old town square in Poznan
Poland

Poznan is not only a thriving economic hub but also features an old town centre. The famous old town hall is serving as a museum today. The town is easily reachable from Berlin and Warsaw.

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Uploaded: 27/06/2013
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