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Denny A. Ovchar
Entrance to Fraternal Cemetery
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"Eternal Flame" on fraternal cemetery
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Початок вулиці Богдана Лепкого
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Vichnui vohon
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Fraternal Cemetery
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Bohdan Lepky street
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Old houses on the Bogdan Lepky street
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pozeznukiv
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Lepkogo Street in Ivano-Frankivs'k
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Literary Museum of PreCarpathians
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Literary museum of Precarpathia
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Giant sequoia trees 2
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Carbon River
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sunset in Cappadocia
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Mewslade Bay, Gower Peninsula, West Glamorgan, Wales
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New Caledonia coral reef reserve
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Glacier on the verge of extinction
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Noumea Diving - the Escapade Coral Reef
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Marine Reserve New Caledonia Ilot Goelands
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Punchbowl Falls - Eagle Creek
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Nisqually River In The Mountains
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Warsaw - Castle square and Zygmunt's column
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Perkalaba 08
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Sichovyh striltsiv crossroad
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On the bridge over Bystrytsya river
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The Latin Cathedral in Lviv built in XIV-XVII. 035
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Inside Dominican cathedral in Lviv. 020
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Moonlight over Uspenian church
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