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Zelena Jugoslavskych Partyzanu corner
Prague
This is a normal urban residential / commercial neighborhood in Prague 6, near Dejvicka metro station. The houses mostly come from the 20th century and are a mix of art nouveau, functionalist, drab communist, and everything in between. There are plenty of shops, pubs, and restaurants around here.
Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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Uploaded: 08/07/2009
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