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Basteviken Nordkoster 2012
Sweden
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Lars Lindahl
The only supermarket on the island is now closed for the season
Lars Lindahl
In the middle of North Koster road
Lars Lindahl
The western bridge on North Koster
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Stromstad, Boats to Nordkoster
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Stromstad, Railway Station without rail
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The railway station has become Bus station, Strömstad Sweden 2012
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Stromstad, Sweden View towards Town Hall
Bane Obradović
The Skjærhalden Marina
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Skjærhalden
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Pikesten
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Brattestø
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View from Sandholmen
dieter kik
Penmarch Plage Toul Al Ster
Jakub Hruska
Villaggio Donego
Jan Vrsinsky
Gran Plaza at Tikal
Vladimir Salman
Ruins of church in a round floor 01
Randy Myers
Salisbury Cathedral
Paco Lorente
View of L'Hemisferic at the City of Arts and Sciences
Kyrre Andersen
Påskebadet 2009 (1)
Ralph G. Roeske
Traunkirchen Promenade Traunsee April 2009
Jan Vrsinsky
Acopolis del Norte
Fiore Cappone
Roma Spanish Steps
Tom Hurley
Haldon Belvedere Interior
Ramin Dehdashti
The Palace of Artaxerxes
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On the Hotel Balcony in sunrise
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The railway station has become Bus station, Strömstad Sweden 2012
Lars Lindahl
Stromstad, Sweden View towards Town Hall
Lars Lindahl
The only supermarket on the island is now closed for the season
Lars Lindahl
Stockholm and Evert Taube statue
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Plaza Reyes
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The western bridge on North Koster
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2012 Prague - old town square 01
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Stromstad, Railway Station without rail
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The TurningTorso building in Malmö Sweden
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In the middle of North Koster road
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Örebro Castle and the inner yard
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