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City Hall (Gradska kuća) in Subotica
Serbia
A view from lookout on the tower in City Hall (Gradska Kuća) build in 1910. Picture is not perfect, because it has been taken from 4 sides of the tower. But I am sure that most of the residents of Subotica will like it.
Copyright: Igor Gaspar
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10908x5454
送信日: 24/06/2012
更新日: 27/08/2014
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Tags: city hall; subotica; lookout
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