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Marcinkonys ethnography Museum
Lithuania
Copyright: Jonas Nosalis
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Uploadet: 04/09/2011
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Marcinkonys train station
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Zervynos. Bridge
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Zervynos
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by the river ūla
Belmando Poll
Homeland, tėviškė.
Ivan Tsyrkunovich
За черникой
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Улей. Беньки
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У Ванi Волясявага
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Merkine mound
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Varena St. Archangel Michael church
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Varena rail station
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Atatürk giant Monument under Construction on 30 November 2011
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Trebinje, Trebišnjica river in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gorazd Bajt
Tolminka gorge - Devils bridge - under
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Cape Spear and the Milky Way 360 by Brian Carey
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Kivukoni Fish Market, Dar es Salaam
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Rokko Shidare Observatory
Marcio Cabral
Sao Bento Waterfall Startrail Vortex
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Atatürk giant Monument under Construction on 26 November 2011 with Photographer
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South Stack Lighthouse
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Uzupio Bridge
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Pakruojis manor bridge and dam
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Cesis, Riga street
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Mindaugotiltas Cube Equi
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Pape
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Elektrėnai Reservoir
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Zervynos. Bridge
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Church of the Invention of the Holy Cross
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Peter and St. Paul's Church
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Varnikai botanical-zoological Preserve Footpath
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Belfry of Cesis Church
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