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Coppersmith workshop
Bulgaria

A coppersmith workshop, located at the old square of Tryavna, Bulgaria. A distillery system - effective though quite primitive model, is in a process of manufacturing.

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Geüpload: 08/08/2012
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Tags: coppersmith; blacksmith; workshop; artisan; traditional; crafts; craftsman; tryavna; bulgaria
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