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Français : La Grande Poste d'Alger (Algérie).
Date 15 April 2006
Source originally posted to Flickr as Algerien_1_0012
Author Gruban / Patrick Gruban from Munich, Germany


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According to article 50 of the Algerian copyright law, it shall be lawful to reproduce or to communicate to the public, without authorization of the author and without remuneration, a work of architecture or the fine arts, a work of applied arts or a photographic work that is permanently situated in a public place, with the exception of art galleries, museums and classified cultural or natural sites.

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