Ventspils narrow gauge railway (Platform shelter “Priedes”)
Ventspils narrow gauge railway (Platform shelter “Priedes”).
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Ventspils University College
Александр Галиуллин
Near Lemberga hute snow hill in Ventspils, Latvia.
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The Snow Hill "Lemberga Hūte"
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Ventspils seaside
Александр Галиуллин
Cow Parade Ventspils 2012 (Pomegranate Cow)
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Ostas Street Promenade or Ventmala delights ("Intenerant cow ")
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Renka garden in Ventspils town
Igor Dubakov
The observation tower
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Ship "Azova" on Ventspils pier
Александр Галиуллин
Ostas Street Promenade or Ventmala delights
Александр Галиуллин
Kuldigas street in Ventspils
Igor Dubakov
Monuments of Krišjānim Valdemāram
Jozef Kokes
Synagoga, Stupava, Slovakia
Thomas K Sharpless
Undersea Bathroom
Alexander Otarola
Michael Supercolor
mafia island
Felix Hagemann
Wurmberg Ski Jump
Tina Gauer & Oli Burle - www.360tourist.net
Secret Canyon - Small Passage
Sven Dohmeyer
Medienhafen, Duesseldorf
Marvin del Cid
Hatillo Cave
Tom Mills
BT Tower Night
Smeggy Pants
Phone Box, Burnham Mkt Village Christmas Day
zeljko soletic
Dubrovnik from mount Srdj
Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com
Markusplatz bei Nacht, Venedig, Italien
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Bronze statue of Russian Czar Peter the Great on horseback in Riga, Latvia.
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Ventspils South Pier Lighthouse
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Usma lake in the Ventspils region, Latvia. (Mežmalas)
Александр Галиуллин
Festival of Light "STARO RĪGA 2012" Front steps of the Latvian National Museum of Art
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Art Academy of Latvia
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Festival of Light "STARO RĪGA 2012"
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Bikernieki wood
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Bikernieki Memorial (Entrance)
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Viesturs Garden Park (The First Public garden in Rīga), Latvia.
Александр Галиуллин
At Carnikava seaside, Latvia.
Aleksandr Galiullin
Ventspils market
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Inside The Blue Hill Lookout Tower in Vecmīlgrāvis, Rīga.
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