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English: Houses at the Long Market, Gdańsk, Poland.
Polski: Gdańsk Główne Miasto - kamienice mieszczańskie przy Długim Targu, od lewej: "Dwór Artusa", "Dom Ławników" 43, "Czerwona Kamienica" 42, "Złota Kamienica" 41, 40, 39 (fragment)
Date 10 November 2008
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Author Marcin Białek

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54° 20′ 53.80″ N, 18° 39′ 13.10″ E

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