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Revsundssjön
Sweden
Copyright: David rowley
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Subida: 16/06/2012
Actualizado: 12/06/2014
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Tags: jemtland; bracke; tower; mast
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Grotingen
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Bracke Church Yard
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Bräcke Church
Ingemar Edfalk
Lake Storsjön. The city of Östersund seen from Frösön.
Jarl Rideg
Sunne Church Ruin
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Old church ruin in Sunne, Sweden.
Stefan Geens
Frösön churchyard headstone
Ingemar Edfalk
View from the tower Stocketitt.
Stefan Zimmerman
Haggsassjon
Stig Nordlander
Interior of the King Chulalongkorn Memorial in Ragunda
Stig Nordlander
King Chulalongkorn Memorial at Ragunda
Stefan Zimmerman
Drommskåran
Michele Volpicella
SS Giovanni E Paolo
Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin
Serpukhov. Church. Altar. (2009)
William Hamblin
Temple of Artemis at Jerash, Jordan
Ian McCarney
Trintity Street
T. Emrich
Lake in Autumn
Viden Natzev
Pyrenees - Vazos coute Luz Saint Saveur
Kyrre Andersen
“Can you see us … from outer space?”
Andrea Biffi
stairs at Cimitero Monumentale - Milano (italy)
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Rongpu Monastery, Mount Everest North Face, Tibet
Claudio Lanconelli
Ancient fish market
Nikolai Soloviov
memorial kishinev
Sergej Esnault
Mehdi Dome and Sailah in Barrum Quarter - old Sana'a - Yemen
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Murray's Monument
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The Mighty Dettifoss
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Sunrise On Lyttelton Harbour
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Freight Train - Alice Springs
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Cathedral Gorge
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Kirkmadrine Stones
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Full Moon at the Boulder Bank
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The Canning Stock Route
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Mount Fyffe Summit
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The Queens Way
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Outside Douglas Rock Hut
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Famous Cars
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