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Piata Victoriei, Timisoara, Romania
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Piata Victoriei, Timisoara, Romania. 3 Noiembrie, 2009, the country gets ready for the prezidential elections and the town celebrates 20 years since the first anticomunist revolt movements started in Timisoara. You can see the Opera and National Teater and on the other end, further away, the Romanian Ortodoc Cathedral.

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