Paramount cinema on Main Street in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA - Stock …
Paramount cinema on Main Street in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA - Stock …
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Charlottesville, USA - October 25, 2011: A Paramount cinema on Main Street in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. Pedestrians are standing in front of the entrance. The cinema is showing a Hitchcock movie for 25 cents. Charlottesville is a small town with a population of approx. 40.000 and was founded in 1762. The city is famous for its history - it was home two two US presidents, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe, Today, it is a tourist destination for visitors of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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Charlottesville, USA - October 25, 2011: A Paramount cinema on Main Street in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. Pedestrians are standing in front of the entrance. The cinema is showing a Hitchcock movie for 25 cents. Charlottesville is a small town with a population of approx. 40.000 and was founded in 1762. The city is famous for its history - it was home two two US presidents, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe, Today, it is a tourist destination for visitors of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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