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Timisoara The National Theatre and Opera House
Timisoara
Copyright: Jarek ciszek
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Chargée: 10/08/2009
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Michael Pop
The Opera in Timisoara by night, Romania
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D First Snow December 14 2010
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Opera Square Timisoara
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Timisoara, Summer 2009 - 5
Mike Trandafirescu
Piata Victoriei, Timisoara, Romania
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Piata Victoriei, Timisoara, Romania
Markus Matern
Operaplace under a lantern
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B Fotovest 19 06 2010
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Timisoara, Summer 2009 - 6
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Timisoara, Summer 2009 - 109
Jeffrey Martin
Timisoara, Summer 2009 - 13
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Matinloc shrine on matinloc island
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Raja Ampat Lagoon
Luis Erantzcani
Arco de Cabo San Lucas (Lands End)
Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com
Üzümlü Kilise, Cappadocia, Turkey
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Charco Chorro de Plata
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Artist's Bluff
Jan Koehn
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Hiesa Island
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Seikh Zayed Mosque
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Plum garden of Tatsuo Shrine 1   (Kakegawa City)
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Mixed fireworks into this panorama
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Timisoara The National Theatre and Opera House
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Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science 30th floor terrace
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Warsaw Hard Rock Cafe by night
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Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science by night
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Timisoara Unirii Square and The Roman Catholic Dome
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Malinowo - main room 3
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Gothenburg Gotaplatsen
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Malinowo - main room 4
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Warsaw University - Kazimierz Palace
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Timisoara The Metropolitan Cathedral
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Timisoara Victory Square Fontanne
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Timisoara The Metropolitan Cathedral 2
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