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Helmaņa str. and Brīvības blvd. crossing
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Zemgale Olympic Centre. Jelgava, Latvia
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The border of the Jelgava and Ozolnieki
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Valdeka manor park
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Valdeka castle
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At House of Culture "Rota"
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Birch cemetery. Jelgava, Latvia
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Svētbirzs memorial complex
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Lielupe river at Jelgava
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Ozolnieki forest athletic track, Latvia
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Bridge over Lielupe river
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Lutheran church and Skolas street, Ozolnieki, Latvia
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Sunset from Jetty near Knysna River Club Resort
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Elephant Bathing in the Periyar River, Kodanad Rescue Center
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The Anglicans’ Church
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Tower of the Dome Cathedral
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Juraslicis residential housing, Jurmala, Latvia
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Inside of the museum of Liepaja
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