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Domino and Umbria
Philadelphia

Domino Lane crosses Ridge Avenue in the middle of the Ivy Ridge section of Northwest Philadelphia.  It is surrounded by a crowd of TV bradcasting and communications towers that are visible all over the city.  This picture, taken on Umbria Street at the bottom of the Ridge, shows most of them.

Copyright: Thomas k sharpless
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Geüpload: 06/05/2010
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