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Andrew Bodrov
Toompark
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The sculpture "Puhkaja" (holidaymaker) by Tauno Kangro
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St Mary's Cathedral, Tallinn, Estonia
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Toomkooli street
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Toompark
Min Heo
Toomkirik
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Toompea Castle
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State Hall
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Toompea Castle Square
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White Hall
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Tallin Alexander Church, Estonia
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Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Atila Bezdan
Liman 3, club Garage - Infrared
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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
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Panthéon and Foucault pendulum
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Bluebells at Ashridge Estate, Chilterns
Stephan Messner
waiting for the end
Tina Gauer & Oli Burle - www.360tourist.net
Terrazzina Two Beach at night, Sharm El Sheikh
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Kíla Live @ Vantastival 2010
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Suances, Atardecer florido desde acantilado :: www.CantabrU.com
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Kottayam Thirunakkara Pakalpooram
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Quimper Theatre de Cornouaille Braises 2009 4948
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Arena Polo at the Airport
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Harju street
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Memorial to soldiers who died in WWII
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Handsome Hero and Plenty of Still Lifes (Kaido Ole, KUMU Art Museum)
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Hotel Müller, Hohenschwangau
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9 May 2010 - The Peter the Great Statue at Moscow river
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Zugspitzplatt (view to construction of Igloo Villages)
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The Dome Cathedral of Tartu
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Russian dramatic and puppet-show theatre, Kustanay, Kazakhstan
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The Cathedral of Christ the Savior (Moscow)
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In front of the Monument to Yuri Gagarin
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9 May 2010 - Parade of troops
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Crew of 33/34 long expedition to the ISS arrived to Baikonur
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