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Maynooth Main Street
Ireland

This shot shows on of the two main intersections in Maynooth, which marks the beginning of the Main Street. You can see one of the busiest pubs in town — the Roost. This is were most of the students hang out...

Copyright: Florian Knorn
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Загружена: 20/02/2010
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Tags: maynooth; kildare; ireland; centre; town centre; main street; roost
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