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A field in Vila-sacra.
Spain
Copyright: Pau Valiente
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8044x4022
Taken: 01/05/2009
Hochgeladen: 17/05/2009
Aktualisiert: 25/09/2014
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Tags: vila-sacra; girona; catalonia; spain; empordà; ampurdán
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Welcome to Vila-sacra.
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Vila-sacra south access
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Coffe in the backyard. Vilasacra.
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The livingroom of a house in Vila-sacra.
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In the Kitchen. Vila-sacra.
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Vila-sacra's twin towers
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Vila-sacra roundabout.
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A wheat field in Vila-sacra.
John Nayler
Castello d'Empuries Church, Spain
Xus Minguez
Sant Mary´s Balisilic Castelló D´Empuries - Entrance
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Saint Mary´s Basilic Castelló D´Empuries - 3
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Sant Mary´s Balisilic Castelló D´Empuries
Kyu-Yong Choi
Bookstore in the mountains ㅣ 깊은 산속의 서점
Vincent Bosson
Le Bistrot De Lyon
Erwin LEIMLEHNER
Dr. Vogelsangklamm - Wasserfall
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Volker Uhl
Maintower
Markus Freitag
-Reichelsheim- Laurentiuskirche & Rathaus
Herman Desmet
Mont Blanc Summit - 4810m
Sven Fennema
the silent listeners
Calvin K McDonald
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Volker Uhl
Schweriner Schloss Portal Landtag
Arno Dietz
Western Toerlspitze
Lionel TISSOT-BEZ
Paris Plage
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A scooter in Madrid
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Before the horse racing
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Night view of the Gran Via street in Madrid
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More works on the M-30 motorway in Madrid
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Inside the "acampada Sol" protests in Madrid, Spain
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Tropical plants in the Real jardín Botánico
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They call it democracy but it is not spanish revolution
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A scooter in La Latina at night
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Caravan at Portugal beach
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Peaceful protests in Spain for a real democracy
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La Corrala, a Madrid typical building
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