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Tatry Wielki Przysłop
Poland
Copyright: Maciej G. Szling
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Na szlaku
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Trzydniowiański Wierch – szczyt w Tatrach Zachodnich.
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Kończysty Wierch (słow. Končista), dawniej nazywany Kończystą nad Jarząbczą – szczyt o wysokości 2002 m n.p.m. w Tatrach Zachodnich,
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noc na szlaku
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Jarzębcza Przełecz
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na szlaku do Hruby Wierch
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Jarzabczy Wierch
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Hruby Wierch
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Pod Wołowcem
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Starobociańska Rówień
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Na szlaku
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Łopata 1957 m n.p.m
Ramin Dehdashti
Naqshe Rostam
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Dumbea Pass New Caledonia Coral Reef
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Quseir In
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La table d'orientation au sommet du Mont Joly
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The Lone Cypress, gorgeous tree on the rock, 17 Miles Drive, Monterey, California
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St Paul's Cathedral
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Tin suq, Sana'a, Yemen
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Mont Puget
Pierre Chaton
Inside the Utstein submarine
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The Pole Khajou in the summer of 2009
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Sana'a: View from a rooftop at sunset
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Le sommet du Mont Joly 01
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Majdanek
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Częstochowa
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Kondracka Przełęcz 1725 m n.p.m.
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Krynica
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Rzepienik Biskupi
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Poland Szczyrzyc
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Łomnica Zdrój PKP
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Nowy Sącz Baszta Kowalska
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Szczawnica Zegar
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Cerkiew św. Kosmy i Damiana w Skwirtnem
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Znamirowice stanica wodna
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Niemcowa
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