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Celna Street

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The name (Celna st.) comes from the custom at the city walls. Street was named Gnojna earlier. The city walls, at the mouth of the street, residents threw away all the impurities. For centuries, these impurities will have accumulated a lot and today we can look at Prague from the observation deck, located on the top Gnojna hill.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Warsaw

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A: Warszawa Ul Celna

di Klaidas Macernis, 10 metri di distanza

Warszawa Ul Celna

B: Warsaw Old Town View Point on the Wisla river

di Jarek Ciszek, 50 metri di distanza

Source: wikipedia.org Warsaw's Old Town (Polish: Stare Miasto, colloquially: Starówka) is the oldest ...

Warsaw Old Town View Point on the Wisla river

C: Pza Mercado

di luis davilla, 90 metri di distanza

Pza Mercado

D: Warsaw Old Town

di Marcin Klaban, 90 metri di distanza

Source: wikipedia.org Warsaw's Old Town (Polish: Stare Miasto, colloquially: Starówka) is the oldest ...

Warsaw Old Town

E: Warsaw Old Tawn Poland

di marek dziedzic, 90 metri di distanza

Warsaw Old Tawn Poland

F: Warsaw - Stare Miasto

di Andrew Usatyuk, 90 metri di distanza

Warsaw - Stare Miasto

G: The Old Market in Warsaw on a warm summer evening

di Henk Keijzer, 90 metri di distanza

The Old Market in Warsaw on a warm summer evening

The Old Market in Warsaw on a warm summer evening

H: Syrenka statue on Old Town Market square in Warsaw

di Marcin Klaban, 100 metri di distanza

The Coat of Arms of Warsaw consists of a syrenka ("little mermaid") in a red field. Polish syrenka is...

Syrenka statue on Old Town Market square in Warsaw

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di Marcin Klaban, 100 metri di distanza

J: Old Town Market Place Warsaw

di Marcin Klaban, 100 metri di distanza

Source: wikipedia.org Warsaw's Old Town Market Place (Rynek Starego Miasta) is the center of the Old ...

Old Town Market Place Warsaw

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Text by Steve Smith.

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