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Saporoschja - Roadworks
Ukraine
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Saporoschja - footbridge to the Harbour
Anton Kalkasov
Embankment street is near the central beach
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Saporoschja - Restaurant nearby the pier
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Saporoschja - Restaurant and streethawker nearby the-Pier
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Saparoschja - River Ship Dniepr-Star in the harbour
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Stairs
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Stair and Passage
Anton Kalkasov
Khortytsia, Preobrazhensky bridge
Anton Kalkasov
Khortytsia, ancient sanctuary near Balka Great Molodnyaga
Anton Kalkasov
Sovuta's rock (RU:"Sovutina skala")
Boris Raskolnikov
park
Anton Kalkasov
khortytsia. Sanctuary of the Bronze Age.
Roberto Scavino
Piazza San Carlo, «Voci nel silenzio»
Rami Saarikorpi
Cyde 50v
Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin
Inside abandoned house (Tihonova pustyn)
John Gore
Tin House in Gamalakhe Tintown
Willy Kaemena
Batu Cave 3
yunzen liu
The Best Viewpoints of Li River on laozhaishan mountain桂林阳朔兴坪老寨山
Uwe Buecher
Cathedral of Worms, southern portal
pau valiente
Night view of the Gran Via street in Madrid
Thomas Krueger
Bridge over the river Nervia
Iraklis Kavouklis
"Fruit market in Kos town-Greece"
Thomas Krueger
Antica Latteria da Pinuccio Scintu
John Gore
Pool Hall in Gamalakhe Tintown
H.J.Weber
Bucina - Ehemaliger Wachturm
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St. Moritz - Palace Hotel
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Lübeck - Rathaus-Platz
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Passau - Klosterwinkel
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Ludwigsthal - Herz Jesu Pfarrkirche Kanzelbereich
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Schwerin - Schloß Schwerin, im Laubengang
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Canary Island - Maspalomas, Roundabout at the Av. de Tirajana-3
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Grafenau - Kreisverkehr mit verschiedenen Stadtwappen
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Hochstein - Gipfelkreuz
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Neukirchen - Klosterkirche Maria v. Hl. Bluet
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Kloster Weltenburg - Schiffsanlegestelle
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Dinkelsbühl - Nördlinger Tor und Museum 3. Dimension
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