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Panaad Stadium
Philippines
Copyright: Noruel Castillano
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11744x5872
Taken: 11/02/2013
Uploaded: 15/02/2013
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Entrance to Panaad Stadium
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Panaad Sport Field
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Panaad Football Field
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Himamayland Booth
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Panaad mid road
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Pontevedra Booth at Panaad
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Old Train of victorias at panaad
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Panaad near Entrance
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Main Entrance of Panaad Sports Complex
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Club House Panorama
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woodside sub, Alijis Bacolod
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woodside main road
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巨樹の森とシャクナゲ Woods of the Giant tree & Alpine roses
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Tuin de Kloet punt
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Florence - Santa Croce (Transept)
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Isla Saona
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City of Belgrade
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Trig point on Ai-Petri
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Austria/Styria: Beneath teh Dachstein Gletscherbahn, at Upper Station
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My favorite vacation spot. Bar, billiards,bowling,
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Opolski Rynek
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vue du haut de notre dame de MAI - Cap Sicié - Six Fours
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Blossoms All around
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Corner Lacson And 18th Street
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Inside the government center
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In Front Of Redemptorist Church
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Lacson, Gonzaga street
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Rosario, Lacson street
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Banko Central ng Pilipinas Bacolod
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10th Lacson Street
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Near To Hanging Bridge
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Corner Capitol Rd And Lacson Street
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Mambukal Water Falls Entrance
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Intersection Of Alijis Road And Circumferential Road
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