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Andrew Bodrov
Infonet AS
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Oleviste Church Tower
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Oleviste Church
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The Battle for the Christmas tree
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Great Coast Gate
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Old Tallinn
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Skoone hotel - View to Old Town
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Tallinn City Theatre in Tallinn
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Church of St Nicholas
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Храм святителя Николая
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Church of the Holy Spirit
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View From Narikala Fortress (Bottom)
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Louvre at Dusk
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Under the Paint Mill 'De Kat'
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Sino - Convento de Cristo
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Inside paint mill 'De Kat' in Zaanse Schans
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Sanchong City night market
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the First Bend of the Yellow River Shapotou Ningxia,zhongwei
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Seller under the portrait of the Ayatollah in the Bazaar at Esfahan - Iran
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Sainte Martine flea market 2/10
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In the Hakone Ropeway, from Owakudani to Togendai, Hakone area
Boats With Harwich In Background Patched
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Morskie Oko
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Church of the Archangel Michael
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Tallinn Maritime Days - Ahoy!
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Dim Cavern
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Estonia's Independence Day 2010 celebrations
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9 May 2010 - Commander of the parade General Valery Gerasimov inspected the troops
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9 May 2010 - View to Kremlin from the Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge
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Bodybuilders from Estonia - "Day of Health" in Ahtme Sport Hall
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Ferris wheel, La Place Masséna, Nice, France
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Tallinn Central Library (ground floor)
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Maibaum Zugspitze
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Church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God (1990)
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Church of St Prince Alexander Nevsky (1897)
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