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B Fotovest 25 09 2010
Timisoara

the Fotovest meeting was at the "Muzeul Satului", where a feast was held


It was very interesting to see all the people rediscovering the rural roots, the fascination and the sollutions our ancestors have found to some problems.

Harvest Day - :) besides that we had the opportunity to be the guests of the local "Department for Agriculture and Rural Development county agency" - organizers of the event - that have found the time for us - Fotovest group - in spite of the fact that the minister Valeriu Tabara was there too.

so we did have a wonderful time taking pictures and spending quality time together

here is the courtyard with some tombstones

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