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KANTINERAS
Mgm9504 Panorama
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Iglesia San Ignacio Bº Gros
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Martin Duckitt
La Zuriola
Florian Bertzbach
before the concert
Auditorio Kursaal
Auditorio
auditorio kurssal
josu barandiaran
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Jeffrey Martin
A busy morning
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Borg Regeneration Chamber
Toni Garbasso
Library for Atmosphere Studies
Tibor Illes
Synagogue
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USS Enterprise - Bridge Ops
Jürgen Diemer
Galleria Alberto Sordi Rom
Emile Duijker
Amsterdam from a roof
Paco Lorente
Puente del Diablo
Jürgen Diemer
Trevi Fountain Roma
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Enterprise Bridge - NCC-1701-D
Bernhard Vogl
Dachstein Rieseineishoehle Exit
Gregory Panayotou
Matavai Bay (Again !)
SEVILLA
Teatro Romano
Parque de Cristina Enea
Plaza de toros
KEDADA ARANJUEZ 2011
GALICIA FINIS TERRAE 2011
PLAYA LOS GIGANTES
EL MEDANO
Teatro Romano
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Maria Cristina Victoria Eugenia
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