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Cleaning Market Square in the Morning
Krakow

Here we are in Krakow's Market Square. There is an archaeological dig going on, and they're cleaning the square in preparation for the day. The sun will be beating down on the square in a few minutes.

Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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Caricate: 24/02/2009
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