brick terrace, three satellite dishes and alarm. Shoreditch - Stock Photo
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- aerial antenna
- British (places and things)
- building (structure)
- building exterior
- close up shot
- color image
- color photography
- color picture
- dish (shallow concave container)
- emergency alarm
- European (places and things)
- European Union
- fork (cutlery)
- Great Britain
- letter e
- no people
- old (not new)
- parabolic antenna
- protection (protection against dangerous situations, substances or products)
- satellite dish
- stock photograph
- stock picture
- terrace (patio)
- travel destination
- United Kingdom
- white color
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