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A 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
Timisoara

I got out in the street immediately after midnight and took those panoramas wishing everybody a good year with lots of health, happiness, joy and money :)

Copyright: Valentin Arfire
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7250x3625
Subida: 01/01/2011
Actualizado: 11/03/2012
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E 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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B 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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C 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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D 2011 01 01 Timisoara Streetview
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Courtyard September 5 2011 timisoara sns hdr 1.13
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January 24 selfportrait
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Selfportrait in my Dacia
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Ssspring blossom tree
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Str Csizmarik Cube Equi
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A January 2nd 2010
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multiple self portrait Valentin
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Peter's Bicycle Workshop
Unkle Kennykoala
Canberra - Weston Park 1
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When Heaven and Earth Merge - Salt Extraction outside Colchani
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Northern light near Kiruna
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Duomo di Novara
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Mayapo
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Quadriportico all'ingresso dell'Ospedale Maggiore
Diego Rodriguez Regalado
Castillo Templario de Ponferrada
Neil Creek
Newell Beach, Pre-eclipse 2012
Paul Mears
St Mary's Church (Ruin) Tintern
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Cuba, Havana, Fortalezza
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Newell Beach, Mid-eclipse 2012
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Church transformed to coffee shop
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Piata Badea Cartan
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Cadaques Dali Museum B
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Mataro R Equi
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Pontedeume R
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St Clement Danes Church
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B Targul Mainilor Dibace
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Mataro E
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