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Mærsk head office at Esplanaden
Copenhagen
Copyright: Bjarke Andersen
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MoUzEs- Maciej J. Lorek
Gefion fountain, Copenhagen
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Gefion fountain, view from bridge
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The Gefion Fountain
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The Gefion Fountain in Copenhagen (20100504v1a)
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The English Church from the Liberty Museum
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The Royal Cast Collection, Vestindisk Pakhus, Copenhagen.
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Kings Gate 2009 09 24 V3b
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Den Kongelige Afstobningssamling
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The Valkyrie, Sculptures In Copenhagen
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Kings Gate 2009 09 24 V1
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The English Church 2009 09 24 V1
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Grand Canyon
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Castle Ward Historic House 7
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Pike Place Market, City Fish, Seattle, WA
Tord Remme
Godøynes, Nordland, Norway
Milo Timbol
Tunnel going to Angono Petroglyphs
M/V Revenge moored in Montecristo Island
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Seiser Alm Panorama
Bjarke Andersen
Bolzano Panorama F
Bjarke Andersen
Stokkerup Panorama A 4
Bjarke Andersen
Seceda Panorama A
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Owens Valley, Bishop and Sierra Nevada
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Grand Canyon Desert View
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The Commander's House at the Citadel (Kastellet)
Bjarke Andersen
Hilltop south of DTU
Bjarke Andersen
Dyrehaven in early winter
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The Citadel Church
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The pasture at Enø island
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Upper Emerald Pool
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