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Operaplace under a lantern
Timisoara

On this place the Romanian Revolution of 1989 started on December 16th. It lead to the fall of Nicolae Ceauşescu some days later. The opera is one of the many buildings around the place.

The place itself is often crowded by pidgeons.

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