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Kasia&Kuba
Poland
Copyright: Kamil Kawalko
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Podkowa Lesna - City like a garden
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Galeria Brwinow day first
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From the hills to the Estate Downtown, Pruszkow
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Plac Jana Pawła II, Pruszków
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Paintball Arena - the view from the gallery
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Koelichen's Park - Palace - View from the north/east
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Koelichen's Park - Palace
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Koelichen's Park - Palace - View from the south/east
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Koelichen's Park - Playground
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Central Siberian Botanical Garden
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Mircze
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Borzychy
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Studio arranged for the Warsaw Art Fair
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Statue of John Paul II in Borzychy
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Old City of Zamosc
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Wegrow
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Firlej Lake
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Rape field near the village of Wereszyn
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Mirror phaze by Marcin Kowalik
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Firlej Lake
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Borzychy next to the playground
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