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Getting to Kuk (winter)
Slovenia
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Sunset from Livske Ravne
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Kuk, 1240m (winter)
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Kuk, paraglading take off place (winter)
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View from Kolovrat
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Kolovrat at 16:24
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Kolovrat
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Kolovrat at 16:04
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Soča near Kamno
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Soca Valley from mount Kolovrat
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Kolovrat - Na gradu (1115m)
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Slovenian/italian border on Kolovrat
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Open Air Museum Kolovrat - view point
Luciano Correa | Vista Panoramica
Passeio de Quadriciclo
Konstantin Copmat
Pesheri sanboli 1
Aaron Radford
Durdle Door Sunrise - Dorset
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Aerial view of Sovetov square in Barnaul
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Gare de Lyon - Le Train Bleu
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Cape Spear 360 by Brian Carey
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Cova Tallada, Denia
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Pousada Encontro das Águas em Gonçalves MG
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Louvre at night
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Drachenfels, Dragon´s Rock
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Cubitt & Walker Abandoned Water Mill
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20140502chunan Thousand Island lakeside淳安县阳光路湖畔观景台
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From Ladra to Soca
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Tolminka spring
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Repetitor #2
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Getting to Mt.Stol - 1637m
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View from church Sv. Duh at Libusnje / Libušnje
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Grasslands below Gabrje
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Railway viaduct over Idrijca river at Bača pri Modreju
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Kobilja glava hillside #1
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On the way to Tolminka spring
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Great Soca gorge
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Slovenian/italian border on Kolovrat
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Mountable Kuhinja
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