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Plovdiv as seen from above

Plovdiv as seen from above

4/3/2006 2:34:11 AM

Here is a series of fantastic photos taken from above, while flying in a dirigable over the city. The photos have been sent to us by a charming young lady with the nickname of valialaz. We loved the photos and you can enjoy them in the photo gallery "PLovdiv as seen from above"....

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