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Copyright: Victor Garcia Valdunciel
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Victor Garcia Valdunciel
Technical collage of architecture ol La Coruña (ETSAC)
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VGV Bedroom
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My bed-workingroom at Coruña's city
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My student's house gardern
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Torres
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Puente De Alfonso Molina
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UnderBridge
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As Xubias
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As Xubias 2
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As Xubias Con cubierta
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Santa Cristina
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Rishiri Island Beer O'Clock
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Karasawa Heutte Sunrise
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Toyoiwa Inari shrine, Ginza Tokyo
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Lac des Vaches
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Technical collage of architecture ol La Coruña (ETSAC)
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Official College of Architects of Galicia
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VGV Bedroom
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As Xubias 2
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Plaza Mayor
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As Xubias
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My bed-workingroom at Coruña's city
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Obsevatorio monte San Pedro
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As Xubias Con cubierta
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Habitacion
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La Vellés Desde Mi Balcon
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My student's house gardern
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