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The entrance of our Saint Blaise Catholic Church on Saint Blaise's feast day
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Meeting of Croatian Catholic Youth 26.04.2014.
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Saint Blaise procession in Dubrovnik 2012.
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Celebrating First of May with Dubrovnik City Brass Band
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Dubrovnik’s Trombunjers on on the Feast of Saint Blaise
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The Feast of Corpus Christi 2014.
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Christmas Eve in Dubrovnik
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Saint Blaise's feast day 2014.
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Feast Day of St. Blaise 2014.
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Waterpolo winners - Divlja liga 2013.
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Photographer in action
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63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival Opening ceremony ( 10.07.2012.)
Georgios Kosmas
Meteora rocks - Μετέωρα
Claudio Muzzetto
Costa Paradiso, Spiaggia di Li Cossi
Bane Obradović
Jatare train station, Mokra gora
Marcio Cabral
Lake Pehoe at sunset
Ederson Nunes
Viaduto na Avenida Borges de Medeiros - Boulevard Overpass
John Willetts ARPS
Cowslips near Oakridge, Gloucestershire
Willy Kaemena
Verde Canyon Railroad
Uwe Buecher
Partition Arch - Arches Nat. Park - Utah
Pascal Moulin
Petite grue sur le chenal de Port Maubert - France
Luis Erantzcani
Kiosco Morisco at Santa María la Ribera
Glen Claydon
Niseko Annupuri Hike - Mid way
Ederson Nunes
Viaduto na Avenida Borges de Medeiros - Boulevard Overpass
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Slide like exit from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia
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Church Saint Mary of Spilica
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Street musician on Pile Gate
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Plitvice National Park
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Traditional songs for Christmas Eve
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Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre (Sacre-Coeur)
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Summer day at Tito' villa
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2013 Zagreb Zicara 1
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Unknown chapel on Lopud
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Croatian War of Independence - tributes to fallen soldiers in the hinterland of Srđ
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Monument to Viktor Dyk by Nikola Dobrovic
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Testing rectlinear handheld pano at Aquarium Dubrovnik
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