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Wind Turbines in Strzelce Wielkie Poland
Poland
Panorama by Dawid Gorny. Enjoy watching my high quality panoramas taken all over around the world during my extensive travels. Many more still to come in near future.
Copyright: Dawid Gorny
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Uploaded: 24/11/2012
Updated: 04/12/2014
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Tags: europe; poland; windmill; wind turbine; sun; sky; field agriculture; eco; ecology
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