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Naturalis, the Dutch National Natural History Museum in Leiden
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Naturalis, the Dutch National Natural History Museum in Leiden

Copyright: Henk keijzer
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Hochgeladen: 17/10/2009
Aktualisiert: 14/07/2014
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Jan Mulder
At the entrance of museum Naturalis
Anton van Tetering
Morspoort
Jan Mulder
Windmill Mechanics
Jan Mulder
View from the upper entrance door of windmill De Put
Jan Mulder
Windmill de Put
Jan Mulder
No tresspassing under windmill De Put
Jan Mulder
Kweekschool Zeevaart Prins Hendrik
Anton van Tetering
Windmill De Put (Leiden)
Jan Mulder
Rembrandtbrug for pedestrians and cyclists
Jan Mulder
Statue of Rembrandt the painter
Valentin Arfire
bicycle park near the station in Leiden
Valentin Arfire
streetview in Leiden with Juan Carlos taking panorama
Juergen Stellmacher
Semi Anechoic Chamber
Bernardo Patino
GREAT WALL OF CHINA
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Fosseland lake, Norway
Martin Broomfield
The church of San Pantaleone, Sambuca, Garfagnana
Jan Dunlop
Wolleys Bay Panorama, Tutukaka Coast
Larry Huppert
Cadillac Mountain Sunset
Karel Gillissen
Cathedrale Notre-Dame, Strasbourg, France
Jürgen Diemer
Sculpture "Windhosen" from Julia Bornefeld, Husum
Alexander Kalashnikoff
Portofino
Joby Catto
Driftwood installation by Veiðilyesa, on the road to Djúpavík, Iceland
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Kakapo Peak
Jan Dunlop
Te Henga (Bethells Beach)
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Warmond, Kaagweek 2009, Tobbetje steken
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De nieuwe tuinmuur staat
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Terherne Haven (2)
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Palaver at the start of the Stronttocht 2006, Theekoepel, Warmond
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Praca Antonio Prado, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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View from the Ørnevegen into the Geiranger fjord
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Oude Toren, Warmond
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Municipal Market, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Attacked by a troll on Trollstigen
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On board the minesweeper Abraham Crijnssen at the former navy wharf Willemsoord in Den Helder
Henk Keijzer
Start of the traditional BM regatta at the Schippertjesdagen 2006, Warmond
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