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Plac jana pawla ii swiebodzice poland
Poland

The John Paul the II square in Świebodzice with working fountain. Some time ago on the opposite side of the road it was a cinema.

The photo was taken from four meters above the ground.

Copyright: Wojciech Połowczuk
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 8206x4103
Uppladdad: 14/05/2012
Uppdaterad: 05/08/2014
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Tags: square; jan pawel ii; john paul ii
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