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Welcome to Vila-sacra.
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Uploadet: 17/05/2009
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A field in Vila-sacra.
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Coffe in the backyard. Vilasacra.
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Vila-sacra south access
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El salon de una casa de Vila-sacra.
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In the Kitchen. Vila-sacra.
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Vila-sacra's twin towers
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A wheat field in Vila-sacra.
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Vila-sacra roundabout.
John Nayler
Castello d'Empuries Church, Spain
Xus Minguez
Sant Mary´s Balisilic Castelló D´Empuries - Entrance
Xus Minguez
Saint Mary´s Basilic Castelló D´Empuries - 3
Xus Minguez
Sant Mary´s Balisilic Castelló D´Empuries
Markus Freitag
-Schönberger Strand- Seebrücke bei Nacht
MASAHIKO TOYAMA
Imperial Hotel MEIJI MURA
Willy Kaemena
Times Square New York
Daniel da Costa Gomes Martins
VILA JUNINA 2012 - SÃO LUÍS SHOPPING - SÃO LUÍS 400 ANOS
Marcio Cabral
Camping Taiuá
Akila Ninomiya
: Ohtsuchi, Iwate pref. (201203251619)
Christian Bersano
Nosy Be Manga Soa
Christian Hartmann
Odessa Eagle
Christian Bersano
Nosy Sakatia Ampasimena Commerce
Fernando da Rosa Morena
Operating room for treatment of burn patients
Tony Redhead
Tempura Miuraya
Gary Quigg
Mussenden Temple, Northern Ireland #4
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A horse racing evening
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Towing the caravan to Madrid
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Dentro de un invernadero en el Real Jardín Botánico
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Spanish peaceful protest for a real democracy
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Brief stop at the A2 autoroute
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Vila-sacra's twin towers
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Plaza del Parterre in the Retiro Park
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Arc in the Plaza Mayor of Madrid
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Mas Gavatx - La Casa Petita
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A wheat field in Vila-sacra.
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29M - general strike in Spain
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Vila-sacra roundabout.
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