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Chorus in Dubrovnik cathedral
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Good Friday at Dubrovnik Cathedral anno 2013.
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Good Friday in Dubrovnik Cathedral 2013.
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Good Friday at Dubrovnik Cathedral Choir 2013.
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Dubrovnik Cathedral Choir
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Good Friday with Cathedral Choir in Dubrovnik 2013.
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Dubrovnik Cathedral Choir on 2nd of February 2013.
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3. 2. 2014. Feast day of the Patron Saint Blasius – Holy Mass
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The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 2014.
Ruediger Kottmann
Dubrovnik - cathedral
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The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 2014.
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The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 2013.
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Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik - interior ground floor
T. Emrich
Thomas-Eder-Steig
Philippe Dutel
Col De Seigne
Philippe Dutel
Refuge Elisabetta
Lars Gabrysch
Bildstoeckel in the Park Babelsberg
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Depart vehicules anciens Quimper
Vil Muhametshin
Paris goes on strike! Manifistation against the new retirement law going through the Place de la Bastille.
DigitalProperties.ca - Bryan Groulx
Smoking in a Northern Ontario Shed
Lars Gabrysch
Marmorpalais II
Plamen Penev
Trabant
Lars Gabrysch
Kitchen
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Street performers in Old Riga, Latvia
Aaron Estrada
Monument Valley Arizona 07
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Streets in Dubrovnik
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Place Des Victoires
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Vrulje, Makarska
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Minceta, Ston
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Church St. Anthony of Padua
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Air and Space Museum
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Vjetrenica Cave
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War Memorial Centre at hotel Pelegrin
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Arboretum trsteno - the oldest arboretum in the world - established 1494.
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Saint Blaise procession in Dubrovnik 2012.
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CDG Airport Terminal 3/Roissypole RER
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Wedding of Ivana and Josko
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