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Copyright: Jonas Nosalis
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Hochgeladen: 08/06/2011
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All Saints Church, Vilnius
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Victims of the Ghetto Square
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Philharmonic
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Church of the Holy Trinity
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Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society
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Aušros vartų street
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Filharmonija
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A Monument to "The Vilnius Citizen Doctor Zemach Shabad"
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Vilniaus Šv. Kazimiero bažnyčia
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Šv. Kazimiero gatvė
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Midnight at Andenes
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Rocher Du Lorzier Chartreuse
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Seattle Central Library “Living Room” space, Seattle WA
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Fishing boats on Laigueglia beach
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Arch Rock, Joshua Tree National Park, California, USA
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Senja - Norway
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Corona Arch (west), Moab, Utah, USA
Mauricio Rubio - Videopontocom
Mirante Dona Marta - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil - 28/05/2012
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Warszawski balon widokowy
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Oberrothorn Zurich Switzerland
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City of Sciences, Valencia
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Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel
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Europe Square
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Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant
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White Bridge in Vilnius, New Year
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Presidential palace
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Aukštaitija National Park. Lake "Baluošas". Lake inside of an island
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Vilniaus Šv. apaštalų Petro ir Povilo bažnyčia
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Gediminas statue
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Vilnele
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Oslo street
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Swedbank
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Aukštaitija National Park. Lake "Almajas"
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Uzupis street
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