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Mulde bei Wolkenburg zum Hochwasser Anfang 2011
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Hängebrücke über die Mulde in Wolkenburg
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river Mulde near Wolkenburg/ saxony/ germany
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Hängebrücke über die Mulde in Wolkenburg
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Wehr mit Sägewerk an der Mulde in Wolkenburg zum Hochwasser Anfang 2011
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"St. Mauritius" Kirche Wolkenburg/ Sachsen
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Grotte im Park von Schloss Wolkenburg/ Sachsen
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Bei der neuen Autobahnbrücke über das Muldental bei Penig, Sachsen
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new highway-bridge over river Mulde near Penig/ Germany
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highway bridge over the Mulderiver
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Chursbach an der Goldenen Aue in Langenchursdorf zur Schneeschmelze
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BMW Freude am Fahren
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The Grantecan Telescope
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Hummer Limousine Interior
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Cave A Fromage Boreon
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Salvation army Christmas
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In front of Temple of a Thousand Warriors in Chichen Itza
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Chongqing Laojundong -1
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Vikos Gorge
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old industrial ruin in Lichtenstein/ Saxony / Germany
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Monastery of Saint George near Sarandë/ Albania
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Ferry at river Elbe in Dresden Zschachwitz at flood January 2011
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herbstlicher Buchenwald in der Nähe von Hartenstein
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Pionierflugschanze im Hellmannsgrund bei Waldenburg
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Evening in Mostar /BiH
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Cotton-factory, Erdmansdorf, saxony, germany
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Restaurant Sv. Stefan / Lake Ohrid/ Macedonia
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Ruine der Textilfabrik Grobe in Bernsdorf bei Hohenstein-Er., Sachsen
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