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Karlovac
Croatia

Millenium Ball and Millenium photo taken on the Ban Josip Jelačić Square in the medieval city of Karlovac. On this photo you can see the Croatian fameous photographer Mr. Šme Strikoman (on the firefighters ladder) taking one of his Millenium Photos. The citizens have formed mermaid shape that is the symbol of the city.

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Uploaded: 20/07/2010
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