Motorshow in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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Motorshow in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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This pano is shot during a stunt performance, taking place on the international fair in Plovdiv city on 20.3.2010. Many stunt performers showed their skills in handling a motorbike, including one of the world's best stunters - Zoldan from Hungary.

Some of the top bikes from Dukati, Kawazaki, KTM and other manufacturers were showcased too.

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A: Plovdiv Fair 2008

摄影师George Atanasov, 距离此处230远

Plovdiv Fair 2008

B: Ruins of the old city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

摄影师Stefan Solakov, 距离此处800远

This pano is shot in the centre of Plovdiv city. It represents part of the many ruins of the ancient ...

Ruins of the old city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

C: Kids playing on Nebet Hill in Plovdiv

摄影师Branimir Minkov, 距离此处840远

The panorama is taken near the archaelogical site "Nebet teppe (hill)" which is of great national sig...

Kids playing on Nebet Hill in Plovdiv

D: front yard of a house in Plovdiv Old town

摄影师Miroslav Minin, 距离此处850远

front yard of a house in Plovdiv Old town

front yard of a house in Plovdiv Old town

E: Old Town Plovdiv, Bulgaria

摄影师Miroslav Minin, 距离此处920远

narrow streets in Plovdiv Old Town

Old Town Plovdiv, Bulgaria

F: Atanas Krastev House-Museum

摄影师George Atanasov, 距离此处930远

Atanas Krastev House-Museum

G: Souvenir Shop

摄影师George Atanasov, 距离此处970远

Souvenir Shop

H: Avtograf Gallery

摄影师George Atanasov, 距离此处980远

Avtograf Gallery

I: Icon Galery

摄影师George Atanasov, 距离此全景1.1

Icon Galery

J: Old Town Plovdiv, Bulgaria

摄影师Miroslav Minin, 距离此全景1.2

Old town Plovdiv, bar doli, ul paldin, ul kiril nektariev

Old Town Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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