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Ulica Dluga w Gdansku, stare miasto by Piotr Rymer
Poland
Ulica Długa – reprezentacyjna ulica Gdańska, biegnąca przez środek Głównego Miasta. Jej przedłużeniem jest Długi Targ, z którym stanowi tzw. Drogę Królewską.
Copyright: Piotr rymer
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Uploaded: 03/05/2011
Updated: 22/08/2014
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Tags: ulica dluga; ulica długa; gdansk; stare miasto
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