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Svdvasios street

Here is a small street in Vilnius, It looks like it could have looked exactly the same 100 or even more years ago. It is close to known Vilnius old town gate of dawn. And most likely some parts of wall could be a part of a old town wall that used to surround a city. So buildings on one side of street would be not in town :)

Copyright: Mantas talmantas
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10200x5100
Uploaded: 08/02/2014
Updated: 12/02/2014
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Tags: vilnius; street; closed space; old town; night; wall; empty
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