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Never-ending city exhibited in Riga

04.04.2012 | The Baltic Times

It can be said that all people like to travel around the world and take impressions home with them, to create a new understanding about what is happening on other shores of the planet.

It can be said that all people like to travel around the world and take impressions home with them, to create a new understanding about what is happening on other shores of the planet.

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