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The Dancers at Gotaplasen, Goteborg
Sweden

The Dancers is a stature of two dancing girls at Gotaplatsen in Goteborg, Sweden. There are several other statues around here like the magnificet Poseidon with fountaings. For more images from Goteborg visit www.stockholm360.net

Copyright: Mahmood Hamidi
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Caricate: 01/08/2012
Aggiornato: 08/10/2014
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