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Jelgava Palace Park
Latvia
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Jelgava Palace Park (1)
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At the entrance gate of Jelgava Palace
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Jelgava Palace (Latvia University of Agriculture)
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Jelgava Palace
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On the bridge over Driksa river in Jelgava
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Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
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Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
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Bridge over Lielupe river
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Jelgava view from Pasta island (Pasta sala)
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View of the river Lielupe. Jelgava, Latvia
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River Driksa new embankment and hanging Mitavas bridge
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St. Trinity Church Tower, Jelgava, Latvia
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Reclining Buddha, Wat Prakaeo, Infrared Panorama
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Where is My Vote?
Andrea Biffi
vintage carriages in Beauvais Museum court
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Delhi Spice Market
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Buddha Statue in the Hussain sagar lake
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The North Pole 90°N-3
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World Cultural Heritage Hongcun Village anhui
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Mehrangarh Fort, Overview of Jodhpur
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The North Pole 90°N-4
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Reflection of Pulau Babi
Michael Pop
Famous beer-pub "Carul cu Bere" (Beer Carriage)
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Amber Fort Elephants
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Grave of Zigfrīds Anna Meierovics, the first Foreign Minister of Latvia
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Memorial Museum to Žanis Lipke. Yard view (Žaņa Lipkes muzejs)
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Bišumuiža (Bienenhof) manor house (1)
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Corner of Ventspils and Lielirbes streets
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Walking-stick Park in Sigulda
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View of Forest cemetery
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Latviesu biedribas nams riga
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Between the Stone Bridge and the Riflemen Square.
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Limbazi St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church (Limbažu Sv. Jāņa ev. luterāņu baznīca)
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At the entrance gate of Jelgava Palace
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Arbor in Kronvalda Park
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Citadeles Street (Citadeles iela)
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