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IJsclub Vlietland IJstest 2012
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Old railbridge in the village of Schipluiden
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Ice skating fun at canal Schipluiden 2012
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Schipluiden
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Op Hodenpijl Schipluiden
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Uitzichtpunt De Stoelen Midden Delfland
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View on the village 't Woudt in Holland
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Vlaardingse Vaart
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The village 't Woud
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Kruising Koningsveldland Achterdijkshoorn Den Hoorn 2
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Den Hoorn village entrance, The Netherlands
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Den Hoorn Lookwest Noord First Pole
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OSM Symphonic concert in North Montreal
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Interior of Konstantinovkiy Palace, St Petersburg
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Moines
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Selinunte Hera Temple
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Russian Winter Forest
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Conleau
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Crimea, Yalta, theater Chekhov
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Carmine Monastry
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World Trade Centre Montréal and the Ruelle des Fortifications
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Amsterdam Canals Keizersgracht
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Palermo Harbour
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Erice, Norman castle
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Slot Doddendael Ewijk
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Afsluitdijk Monument Netherlands
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Frenchmans Peak Eye
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Esperance Mount Ridley Side
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esperance thistle cove
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Lancelin Windsurf Beach
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Lekdijk Hagestein
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Texel Lancasterdijk
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Epe Bos Regenboog
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Brouwersdam East Side
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Mount Burdett
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Delft Grote Markt
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