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The Astronomical Observatory of Timisoara
Timisoara

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Terrace at the Astronomical Observatory Timisoara
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The Astronomical Observatory in Timisoara - Entrance
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December 31 2010 Panorama
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Str Csizmarik Cube Equi
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A January 2nd 2010
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B 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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D 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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E 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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A 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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C 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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January 24 selfportrait
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Parc Villette 11 11 2011
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Tavern Street in January
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Harbor Ipswich
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