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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.
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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
Valentin Arfire
sant celoni
Markus Matern
First Light at Gornergrat
Marco den Herder
Madeira (Monte) - Nossa Senhora
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On top the Siam Discovery Tower
Christof Martin - pfalz360.de
Pilatus View North/West
Robert L. Tilden
Point-Arena-Lighthouse-California-USA
Mahmood Hamidi
Canoe paddling in Lake Maelaren, Sweden
Willy Kaemena
TV Tower Berlin 2012
Valentin Arfire
Girona
Ignacio Duran de la Re
Formas de Piedra - el azul estudio
Vladimir Salman
Mouth left Frolixi Baikal
Luciano Correa | Vista Panoramica
Vista Panoramica Office in Campos do Jordão SP Brazil
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3. 2. 2014. Feast day of the Patron Saint Blasius – Holy Mass
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Advent in the middle of the City
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Dsc8600 Panorama Mk2
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One of the last old fashion taxi boat in Gruz harbour (barkarioli)
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Hôtel de Ville
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Dubrovnik Cathedral Choir on 2nd of February 2013.
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Caffe at M/B Postira
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Stravca village in Konavle
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Lopud bay
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Saint Blaise's feast day 2014.
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Well of Life
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Fort Royal Castle
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