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Stadtplatz and Leopoldibrunnen, Steyr
Upper Austria
Copyright: Roberto scavino
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Subida: 13/09/2009
Actualizado: 10/06/2013
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Roberto Scavino
Steyr, Stadtplatz
Martin Kneth
Mainsquare and Town Hall of Steyr
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Steyr, Stadtplatz and the Rococo Town Hall
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Steyr, a Clockwork Arcade
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Stadtpfarrkirche Steyr
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Steyr, courtyard of the Lamberg Castle
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Steyr, Grünmarkt and the Städtisches Heimathaus
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Berggasse Steyr
Martin Kneth
Viewpoint in front of the castle Steyr
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Steyr, the bridge over Enns river
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Pedestrian bridge over Steyr river
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The bridge over Steyr river
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Herbst am Muehlbach in Sythen
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Dynjandisfoss
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Colorful autumn
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Linotype machine, Naples, Italy
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Republic of Korea mountains secret bookstore, and offices
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Wes in the Wood Shop
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Fishing Village
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Old bridge at Boidomatis River
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The Regensburg Cathedral
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Il cammino verso la Sacra di San Michele
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Piazza San Carlo, «Luci d'artista»
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Barolo, via Acqua Gelata
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Mango, the castle and the Regional Moscato Wine Cellar
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Castle of Racconigi, the Margaria
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Restoroute de la Gruyère, collection de vaches peintes
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Cervo Ligure, view of Diano Marina bay
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The village of Avigliana watched from the castle ruins
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Fishing from the Galata Bridge
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Monforte d'Alba, the steps of the auditorium
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