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V. Kudirkos square
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Guildhall
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Vilnius Gediminas Avenue Panorama
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Small Theatre of Vilnius
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Tilto street
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Vilnius Panorama
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"Sue's Indian Raja" restaurant in Vilnius, Lithuania
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Olioceto. Der kulinarische Geschenkeshop.
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Octogonal Courtyard in the Vatican Museums, Rome, Italy
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retired warship (destroyer) Kangwon of Jinhae Maritime Park
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Naturalis, the Dutch National Natural History Museum in Leiden
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Early morning in Hongkou
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Churhc of st. Raphael the Archangel
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Seskines Oz
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Trakai castle
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Šv. Jono street
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Award for Cinematography “The Oak”, in the St Kotryna Church in Vilnius
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Pape
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Aukštaitija National Park. Lake "Lūšiai"
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On the roof. Maironio street. Vilnius
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