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City around the temple

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Tuesday May 7, 2013

Kolozsvár,

Caption: Kolozsvár 2013/05/07 17:10 CEST. The "Szent Mihály templom" ('St. Michael's Church') towering above the city

Manufacturer: Canon

Model: Canon PowerShot S3 IS

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Flash: Internal error (unknown value 80)

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2. Hotzenwaelder
5:25 AM GMT on May 12, 2013
It is always nice that the churches are so high. That makes it more difficult to get lost.
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Danube

'Danube' (András Juhász): I am a photographer interested in the visualisation of the effects of suddenly appearing solar wind storms. At the same time my colour rich photos also want to mirror the Carpathian Basin's atmosphere, the natural beauty of its wide open spaces and its versatile Cultural Heritage. I return rarely, only when I have something to say about the matter under discussion, and also when I have a great time enjoying myself producing something worthwhile. Thank you for your friendly visit. Goodbye!

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