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The ruins of the building 7
Warsaw

Zrujnowana i doszczętnie zniszczona kamienica z lat 20tych XX wieku w Wesołej.

Zrujnowana i doszczętnie zniszczona kamienica z lat 20tych XX wieku w Wesołej

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Tags: palace; residence; ruins; ruined; abandoned; house; drucki-lubecki; monument; stara miłosna; wesoła; warszawa; warsaw; poland
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