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Toruń, ul. Most Pauliński
Poland

The street contains actually (according to the word „most“, which is Polish for ‚bridge‘) a bridge over the Struga Toruńska, the brook commonly called „Bacha“ in Torun (from German ‚Bach‘ - brook, creek). 

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Tags: torun; bridge; most; paulin; old town; altstadt; poland; architecture
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