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Krichim Bulgaria
Bulgarie
Copyright: George atanasov
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Chargée: 08/01/2009
Mis à jour: 15/02/2012
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Nick Spirov
Sunrise over the Vacha dam
Rouslan Semerdjiev
Batak reservoir - view from the dam
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Night panorama from Youth hill, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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A fountain in Plovdiv
Ivan Petrushev
Snowy buttons
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Sculpture of Milio in Plovdiv
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Djumaya Square in Plovdiv
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The ancient amphitheatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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Act Art - 3rd photography seminar with Nacho Kamenov
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Old Town Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Miroslav Minin
Plovdiv Old Town, square in old town
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Gigapixel view of Athens from Lycabettus Hill
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Heiligenblut, Austria
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Pickles stand at the Roots & Vegetables pavilion, Riga Central Market, Latvia
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Trzcinica - Kościół p.w. Św. Doroty
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Above the clouds in North Wales
Igor Adamec
Ozalj Castle - 1
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The Kamakura Great Buddha's back
Arroz Marisco
View of Central Plaza from Central Acropolis
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Inside the OSCar eO - World’s First Electric Race Car to Participate in Dakar 2012
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American University in Bulgaria
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Athina 12
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Rila 21
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Rila-The Seven Rila Lakes
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Eiderdam
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Sofia Park 3
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Rila mountain - view from Kyoravica peak - 2612m
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Rila Kalinski Lakes
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Rila - The Seven Lakes
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Rozhen Synoptic station
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Rila Karagyol
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Sofia Park 2
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