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Historical and cultural monuments in Kezmarok
Slovakia
Copyright: Ján palčo
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Uploaded: 03/06/2010
Updated: 26/08/2014
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Kezmarok
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Church with wood
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Povodeň v Kežmarku (Jakuba Kraya)
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Kezmarok (centrum)
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Night city Kezmarok
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Kežmarská radnica
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Barber near the Empire Theatre
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Barber near the Empire Theatre
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Inside the coffe cooler
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Ice cave under Svartisen glacier
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Mill Lake Kalkan
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Niciva povoden v meste Kezmarok (sever)
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Kláštor v Podolínci (interiér)
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Ice Hockey world championship 2011 Slovakia
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Povodeň v Kežmarku (Jakuba Kraya)
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Námestie sv. Egídia v Poprade
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Kezmarok (centrum)
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Spisska Sobota
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Kláštor v Podolínci (exteriér)
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Foto-Kino Poprad
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Wedding
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