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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.
yasushi kumon
shashin dowjow
Harbas
Jonas Carlson Almqvist
Koh mook , emerald cave
Gil Frei
Bridge by the Lagoon Saloon, Bali
Michele Volpicella
Pedra da Macumba!! Rio de Janeiro
Jonas Carlson Almqvist
Chicken island
kmnet
Sea cliff
Alejandro Ahumada
Railroad bridge over the Nazas river
Pascal Moulin
Le café de la Paix de La Rochelle
Mark de Graaf
Tulip Fileds of Holland
Martin Broomfield
Prambanan Temple, Java
Pascal BONY
mtr-west-island-line-lot-703
H.J.Weber
Corps Hotel de la Poste
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Al Ain - Heritage Village, inside a straw house
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Regen - Effigy of Johannes from Prag
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Neukirchen beim Hl. Bluet - Im Schlosshof u. Wallfahrtsmuseum
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North India Ladakh - View over Leh from the roof of the Hotel City Palace
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Burghausen - Entrance to the pedestrian erea
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Hohenau Kirche Innenansicht Altarbereich
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Solla - Hochthannet Aussichtspunkt auf dem Windhoch
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Leopoldsreut - Kirche und ehemal. Schulhaus
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Canary Island - winding road downhill
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Passau - Dreiflußeck
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Frauenau - Glas Museum, Glasboot
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