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Our group at Davos with more people
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As our little group was too small to fill the circle we took some additional persons

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Hans-Dieter Teschner
Our group at Davos
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Davos See Promenade Mitte
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Davos See Promenade
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Davos See Hafen
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Sculptures near the Lake
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In Rixos Parking
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Davos Lake - Another View
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Davos
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Davos Teich Skulptur
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Davos in Snow Fall
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Around Davoser Lake near the Bridge
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Davos Lake
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Manpupunyor Plateau. Sunrise.
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Old Hungaria Hotel (Kass Hotel) - Fish festival program place
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Tsukiji outer market: in the front of Kibun home office
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View from the bell tower in Labin
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Matmata. Underground shelter
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Jena Goethe Galerie
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Pier51 08
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Ponte Vecchio a Bobbio - Piacenza
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Lviv State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater
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The flame of the Song and Dance Celebration
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Waiblingen, Pavillion Erleninsel
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Kleine Koenigstrasse at 'Altes Schauspielhaus'
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SSB Gleisbauhof Wangen
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Breuninger, Gentlemen-Fashionworld
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Esslingen Strohstrasse
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Schwaebisch Hall, Haalstrasse
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Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
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Volksfest 2005, picture 22
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Kuenzelsau, Hauptstrasse old townhall
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Kloster Schoental
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