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Visegradska Kapija
Bosnia and Herzegovina

"Visegradska kapija" is an eastern gate to Sarajevo, built in 1730's in a part of the city nowdays called Vratnik

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Bijela Tabija East
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Zuta tabija - Bentbasa
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Zuta tabija - stairs
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Zuta tabija - Sarajevo sunset
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Zmajevac - Sarajevo
Branimir Minkov
Vijecnica By The River in Cloudy Sarajevo
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Coppersmiths' Alley
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Sarajevo Bazaar
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A Quiet Square in Sarajevo
Senad Na
Vijećnica (City Hall)
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Bobsleigh track Trebevic
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Trebevic road to bobsleigh track
Johnny Pope
Headland Hotel - Out on the Peninsula
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Chulamani Chedi, Wat kiri Wong, Nakhon Sawan
Cristian Marchi
On the Federal Hall steps
Thomas Humeau
Pont De Pruniers de Bouchemaine
Claudio Lanconelli
Moscone di salvataggio sulla spiaggia di Marina di Camerota
Alexandr Suslov
Sphinx Guarding The City
Tibor Illes
Feherto Fishermen's Tavern and Guesthouse - sight furnace - traditional hungarian scone making
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Amanite Tue Mouche Quimper
Atila Bezdan
Novi Sad, Most Slobode
Daniel Oi
Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Wat Kiri Wong, Nakhon Sawan
Luciano Correa | Vista Panoramica
Vista da ilha das cabras em ilha bela sp no canal de sao sebastiao
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Zuta tabija - Sarajevo sunset
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Sarajevo panorama from Trebevic
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Trebevic road to bobsleigh track
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Bobsleigh track Trebevic
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Bijela Tabija East
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Zmajevac - Sarajevo
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Vrelo Bosne
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Zuta tabija - Bentbasa
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Vlasic ski jump
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Vrelo Bosne - Water coming out of the ground
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Visegradska Kapija
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Zuta tabija - stairs
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