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The Dancers at Gotaplasen, Goteborg
Sweden

The Dancers is a stature of two dancing girls at Gotaplatsen in Goteborg, Sweden. There are several other statues around here like the magnificet Poseidon with fountaings. For more images from Goteborg visit www.stockholm360.net

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Uploaded: 01/08/2012
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