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Festival of sandy sculptures of 2008
Latvia

2th International festival of sandy sculptures „Summer signs 2008", which was conducted in Jelgava.

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Igors Jefimovs
St. Trinity Church Tower, Jelgava, Latvia
Uldis Bardins
On the bridge over Driksa river in Jelgava
Igors Jefimovs
River Driksa new embankment and hanging Mitavas bridge
Igors Jefimovs
G.Eliass History and art museum and Akademijas street
Uldis Bardins
Jelgava Palace Park (1)
Igors Jefimovs
Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
Igors Jefimovs
Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
Игорь Ефимов
Ozolskvers and Liela street
Uldis Bardins
Jelgava Palace Park
Igors Jefimovs
Jelgava view from Pasta island (Pasta sala)
Uldis Bardins
Jelgava Palace (Latvia University of Agriculture)
Uldis Bardins
At the entrance gate of Jelgava Palace
andrey air_man
Непал Гокио Ри 4790м
Mauricio Rubio - Videopontocom
Mirante Dona Marta - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil - 28/05/2012
AYRTON
Jrexpo4
Thomas Huang
Ben Lemond Peak, Queenstown, New Zealand
Markus Freitag
-Kloster Arnsburg- Das rote Tor
Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt
Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel
Zoran Strajin
Wooden Art Factory, Bethlehem
Andy Bryant
Rocher Du Lorzier Chartreuse
Bill Edwards
Seattle Central Library “Living Room” space, Seattle WA
Calvin Jones
Devil's Playground, Box Elder, Utah
David Rowley
Senja - Norway
Thomas Huang
Moria Gate, Karamea, New Zealand
Dashkov Vladimir
Life-giving Cross
Dashkov Vladimir
Music hall "Festival"
Dashkov Vladimir
Night quay
Dashkov Vladimir
Fountain "Nymph"
Dashkov Vladimir
Blackheads House Cellar
Dashkov Vladimir
railway bridge
Dashkov Vladimir
Yacht "Pelorus" moored in the port of Riga.
Dashkov Vladimir
Tower
Dashkov Vladimir
Sochi in the second world war-time
Dashkov Vladimir
Svami Vidzhajanjanda
Dashkov Vladimir
monument
Dashkov Vladimir
221b Baker Street in Riga
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