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Djumaya Square in Plovdiv
Bulgaria

Statue of Philip Macedonian who conquered the town in the 1st century BC and named it Philipopolis.

Copyright: Dimitar Torbov
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Caricate: 24/12/2009
Aggiornato: 11/12/2013
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