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The booster "Soyuz"
Baikonur
Copyright: Andrew Bodrov
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Chargée: 06/09/2011
Mis à jour: 02/10/2011
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Andrew Bodrov
The booster "Soyuz"
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The cosmonauts and children of Baikonur
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In front of the Monument to Yuri Gagarin
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Monument to Yuri Gagarin
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Crews have raised flags
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Crews have raised flags
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Interview members of the 33/34-y long expedition to the ISS
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Monument to Sergei Korolev
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The Church of St. George the Victorious
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Lay flowers at the Monument to Sergei Korolev
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Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM)
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Monument to Abai Qunanbaiuli
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Deer feeding in Nara Park, Japanese National Treasure
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Hamburg Alte Post - Neuer Wall - Alsterhaus
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Pumpkins dance in Halloween
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Fushimi Inari Shrine Kyoto Japan
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Mammoth skeleton in Matra Museum
FunkBox Imagineering
Orlando Stadium South Africa
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Rasip, Kornati National Park
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200911221357 Hoher Sarstein 1975m Dachstein Alpen
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Koyasan Candle Festival - UNESCO World Heritage
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Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
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Mirador Teide Tenerife
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On Lower Mill Creek
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Tallinn Central Library (4th floor)
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Seaplane Harbor, Tallinn - Maritime Museum
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Tallinn Central Library (1st floor)
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Toompea Castle Governors Garden
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Tallinn Botanic Garden
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Church of St Xenia of St Petersburg
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Bavarian Alps (Kreuzjoch, 1719m)
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Dantercepies (2.305 m), Val Gardena, Italy
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The Kapuzinerberg. Salzburg, Austria
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BMW World
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Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (1900)
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Tallinn Maritime Days - Steamship Admiral
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