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Histria museum of archeology, Istria, Romania
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Copyright: Marin giurgiu
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Uploaded: 07/12/2012
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Tags: museum; antiques; history; archeology
  • Delia 6 months ago
    I first went to this museum in 1991. It was incredible. Strongly recommend - especially if they now have info in English...
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