Timisoara sunset in February
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Panoramic photo by valentin-arfire EXPERT Taken 17:34, 06/02/2011 - Views loading...

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Timisoara sunset in February

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I was impressed by the beauty of this sunset and felt the urge to share it to you all

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D: Peter and Paul Greek Catholic Timisoara Church

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E: Timisoara Gara Norte

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G: Street cityscape

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H: Romanian train - June 27 - 2010 at 4:58 in the morning

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I: Repair of wagons

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J: E Post Socialist ruin Feb 03 2011

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