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The International Auto Show Bucharest (SIAB), 2007
Romania

This year's Bucharest International Auto Show (SIAB) is taking place near the International Henri Coanda airport, in Otopeni, from October 5 to 14, 2007. SIAB gathered together all important automotive producers and importers on the Romanian market, being the largest automotive event in Romania and one of the most important exhibits of 2007.

We can see almost 40 carmakers, more than 50 models for the first time, as well as four concepts and design studies. Tiriac Auto will also participate after a six-year absence. Previously, Tiriac Auto organised a similar event independently. It is the Romanian importer of Ford, Hyundai, Jaguar, Jeep, Land Rover and Mitsubishi.

More panoramas from the event, here.

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Andrei Zdetoveţchi
The International Auto Show Bucharest (SIAB), 2007
Andrei Zdetoveţchi
The International Auto Show Bucharest (SIAB), 2007
Andrei Zdetoveţchi
The International Auto Show Bucharest (SIAB), 2007
Andrei Zdetoveţchi
The International Auto Show Bucharest (SIAB), 2007
Andrei Zdetoveţchi
The International Auto Show Bucharest (SIAB), 2007
Andrei Zdetoveţchi
The International Auto Show Bucharest (SIAB), 2007
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Henry Coandă Airport
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Mogosoaia Palace - Inside the tower at the gate
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Mogosoaia Palace - The courtyard and the kitchen
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Mogosoaia Palace - The courtyard
W. H. Mahyo
Mogosoaia Palace
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Mogosoaia Palace - Balcony
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Red Fort, Agra
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Dom Square Pieta by Night
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Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of Public Audience) at Agra Red Fort
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Kuebelregatta 2009
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Taj Mahal sunrise from over the Yamuna River
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Start Line - Motorcycle Race
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Palolem Beach Sunset no.2, Goa
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Cloister Lorch - archway
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Actun Chapat Sinkhole Entrance
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Arminius Monument - top of the sword
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Tropaeum Traiani #3, Adamclisi
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Banat Village Museum 02
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Split Bowling and Pool in City Mall
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Horea’s Durmast
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The Fortress of Deva #1
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Europe's Tallest Christmas Tree
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The Forum at Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa
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The Forum at Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa
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The archaeological site of Histria #2
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Big Temple, Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa
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Romanian Athenaeum
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Wine tasting room in the cellar (Bethlen-Haller Castle)
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