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From the bench
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From the bench.

http://szl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sztauwajery

Copyright: Witold Brzeziński
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Uploaded: 19/10/2011
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: sport; recreation; pond; fishing area; nature; katowice; muchowiec; ponds
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Witold Brzeziński
Between ponds.
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Next to the flowerbed.
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Dolina Trzech Stawów - Sztauwajery. Katowice. Poland.
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Dolina Trzech Stawów - Sztauwajery. Katowice. Poland.
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Rainbow
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Immediately after the rainbow.
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Katowice-Muchowiec, Francuska street, next to the airport.
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Katowice-Muchowiec, Francuska street.
Marian Wozny
Biblioteka Śląska Katowice
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Biblioteka Śląska
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Biblioteka Śląska Katowice
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Manga On The Wall
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Puerto tazacorte la palma promenade
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Triangle Tower and Cherry Trees
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Monument Valley
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Between ponds.
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Silesian Culture and Recreation Park. Chorzów. Poland.
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Góra Redena - Redenberg - Góra Wyzwolenia. Chorzów - Königshütte. Poland.
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Back side of the market.
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Pond Martyn II. Świętochłowice. Poland.
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Radoszowy. Pond 7?? in Ruda Śląska, near Czarny Staw. Poland.
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Immediately after the rainbow.
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From the bench
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Radoszowy. Pond 7?? in Ruda Śląska, Gościnna street, near Czarny Staw. Poland
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Redenberg
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Rainbow
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Pond Martyn I. Świętochłowice. Poland.
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