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Via 20 Settembre e Duomo
Veneto

A lazy Sunday morning with some people swarming out of the old Church after Mass while others get a rest sitting at old cafés. A peaceful feeling in the last days of Autumn.

Copyright: Michele Volpicella
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Uploaded: 15/11/2009
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