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Ice fishing at Lielupe River, Latvia
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Greenhouse in School of Horticulture
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Saliena, Golf field 1
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Saliena, Golf field 2
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On the way to the Lielupe beach, Jurmala, Latvia
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View over the Lielupe beach, Jurmala, Latvia
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Sunset dinner at 36. Line - beach restaurant in Jurmala, Latvia
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Sunset at the "36. Line" - beach restaurant in Jurmala, Latvia
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Preparing banquet at the "36. Line" - beach restaurant in Jurmala, Latvia
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On the deck of an old fishing boat at the Jurmala Open-Air Museum, Latvia
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Line houses at the Saliena Residential, Latvia
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Bloom gazing night at Yanaka cemetery
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Ice fishing
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Au milieu des lotus à Saint-Cyr-en-Talmondais - France
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Aerial above Two Medicine Lake in Glacier Park, Montana
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Turaida Castle, Latvia
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Kungstradgarden at night, Stockholm
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Pizzo, Calabria, Italy
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Plenary chamber of the Latvian parliament in Riga
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Pearl of Art Nouveau architecture at 13 Alberta street in Riga, Latvia
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Parque Natural de Tamadaba, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
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Easter in Old Riga
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Cathedral of Holy Trinity, interior
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Near the Cesis New Castle, Latvia
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Traditional Latvian cooking at Araisi summer feast, Latvia
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